ISTEP supplier to provide new high school equivalency exam

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The company that had so much trouble administering the ISTEP test this year – now has a new contract with the state.

CTB/McGraw-Hill will provide the new high school equivalency exam.

That test will replace the “GED.”

State officials wanted to get rid of the “GED” because the price to take it will double next year.

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