Since the moment I earned my GED, the doors began opening in reference to finding better jobs. Currently I am working at the Lancaster High School as a Spanish teacher. Without the GED, I do not know where I would be.
I dropped out of high school at the end of my junior year to have a baby. Ten years later I found myself divorced, with 2 children and unable to land a job. I was told that having a G.E.D. would help my chances but I was terrified to even try to take the test. I had been told all my life by my father then by my husband that I was too dumb and didn't have what it took to finish high school. You tend to believe what you are told by the people you love and look up to.
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