A new high school equivalency exam has replaced the GED in Indiana — and some students say it's harder to pass.
Indiana is dropping the GED, which is moving online this year, in favor of another high school equivalency exam that doesn't require a computer.
The GED Testing Service will administer a new, harder exam starting on January 1, 2014.
The Department of Corrections and Ivy Tech allowed their two-year contract to expire after disagreements over funding and staffing.
An Indiana researcher says a person's field of study is more important than the level of his or her degree.