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How does Cape Fear Community College fund its GED program?

Jason Gonzales

Cape Fear Community College doesn’t allocate separate funds to fund its General Educational Development program. The money for the GED program is part of the Basic Skills allotment that is given to the college by the state legislature.

The Basic Skills program includes GED, Adult High School, English as a Second Language (ESL), Adult Basic Education and the Compensatory Education Program for the purpose of increasing basic literacy skills in the community, said CFCC spokesman David Hardin

Funding for its GED program is determined by the number of GED certificates awarded each year and the number of students enrolled, he said.

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