Indiana Switching to new High School Equivalency test

The Department of Workforce Development and Indiana Adult Education will transition to a new high school equivalency test on July 1.

The test is known as the HiSET and is used in over twenty-five states and territories.

Marilyn V. Pitzulo, The Department of Workforce Development associate chief workforce strategy and design said “This opportunity will give Hoosiers an opportunity to demonstrate mastery and earn a state-issued HSE diploma,”.

Although, not all states have the test, credential for the test is recognized by all states, the U.S. Department of Education, military, and federal programs.

The course is seven hours long and covers five subjects, mathematics, science, social studies, reading, and writing.

The test will be offered in English and in Spanish.

The test will cost 115$.

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