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SCDE gives $500 to those who want to continue education

Columbia, South Carolina – In South Carolina, the Department of Education is encouraging adults who didn’t graduate high school to go back to school.

Recently, they launched the GED incentive initiative. This program is a collaboration involving the Education Department, the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce, and the state Education Department’s Office of Adult Education.

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The officials have mentioned that the program was enhanced last year. Now, it awards $500 to individuals who successfully achieve their GED.

Moreover, the program has been broadened. It now includes an extra $500 for those who complete brief vocational training courses at the technical colleges across the state.

To learn more about the GED Incentive program, visit https://dew.sc.gov/ged-incentive-program.

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