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NY picks CTB/McGraw-Hill to replace GED

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BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — New York state has chosen CTB/McGraw-Hill to develop a new high school equivalency test to replace the GED that's been in use since World War II. New York began looking for a new testing company last year after GED Testing Services announced plans to begin giving the GED on computer only and to double the price to $120. Since New York law prohibits charging residents to...

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