Skip Navigation

 

Welcome to GED Test Info

About Us

The GED Test Info website, originally known as GED 2002 Online Professional Development, was launched in 2001 to help prepare teachers to prepare learners for the GED 2002 Series Tests — the same GED Tests administered today. In 2010, the website received a completely new look and some new features to make navigation easier. The content remains essential for helping teachers prepare learners for the GED Tests.

KET — Kentucky Educational Television is the sponsor of GED Test Info for Teachers Online Professional Development. KET is widely acknowledged as the foremost producer of video instruction for GED, adult basic skills, and workplace education. Web designer and programmer Cynthia Lowell updated the website in 2010.

KYAE — Kentucky Adult Education funded creation of GED 2002 Online Professional Development. KYAE assists adults throughout Kentucky in acquiring knowledge and developing the potential to achieve their goals in the workplace, at home, and in society.

Learning Unlimited is the developer of GED 2002 Online and was also involved in the development of the PBS LiteracyLink® GED Connection materials. Caren Van Slyke, president and founder of Learning Unlimited, began her adult education career as a GED teacher.

Veteran educators Susan Pittman and Bonnie Vondracek were chosen by the U.S. Department of Education and the GED Testing Service to provide the national GED teacher training workshops in concert with release of the current GED Tests. They were the principal writers for GED 2002 Online, now known as GED Test Info.

Webmaster/programmer/ graphic designer Steve Loper, earned his GED credential, graduated from of the University of Central Florida, and shared his expertise in developing the GED 2002 professional development website, now known as GED Test Info.

GED® and GED Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education and may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of the American Council on Education.