State funds, partnership enable high school equivalency diploma program to expand

Kalies Major, pictured with her son at her HSED graduation ceremony two weeks after giving birth.
Kalies Major, pictured with her son at her HSED graduation ceremony two weeks after giving birth.
In three years, 1,300 more people in Racine, Walworth and Kenosha counties could have their high school equivalency diploma in hand and be better positioned to fill pressing worker shortages throughout the region.  That’s the…

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