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A General Equivalency Degree for free didn’t bring out as many people as hoped in Hardin County.
The period in which the fee for the GED test was waived ends Thursday and while the local GED testing center has been busy these past few weeks, the program didn’t seem to make an overall difference in GED recipients.
Luanne Barnes, coordinator for the GED testing center at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, said June has been a busy month for testing.
“We’ve been having full houses this past month,” Barnes said.
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