For the past 68 years the General Education Development exam, or GED, has only been given in written form.
But soon Georgians will be able to take the test using a computer. Starting next year a new electronic version will be offered at testing centers across the state.
The Georgia Charter School Commission recently approved the first K through 12 virtual charter school in the state.
It also raised the amount of money cyber charter schools get per child… from $3,200 to $5,800.
Outside the Salvation Army shelter in down town Augusta a line of homeless men begins to form along the sidewalk. It’s nearly 30 degrees and they have arrived early in the hopes of getting food and a bed for the night.