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Chanda Perry, instructor for the West Virginia Adult Education program in Lincoln County, demonstrates a math lesson on her smart whiteboard in her classroom in Hamlin.

HAMLIN — One of the less talked about impacts COVID-19 has had is on West Virginia’s Adult Education program, which, like its public and collegiate counterparts, has had to make some major adjustments as the global pandemic continues to disrupt everyday life.

The program offers adults a variety of educational services including high school equivalency diploma (GED) readiness, TABE assessment, ACT prep, career and life skills, Microsoft Office certification, basic understanding of several subjects and more. The program is targeted at individuals in all walks of life — from someone seeking to obtain their GED to those wanting to brush up on language or math skills.

HD Media news reporter Dylan Vidovich can be contacted via email at dvidovich@HDMediaLLC.com.

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