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[VIDEO] Seeds Appears on Cleveland’s 43 Focus with Harry Boomer

In March 2019, Seeds of Literacy was featured on an entire episode of Cleveland’s 43 Focus with host and news anchor Harry Boomer. The organization was last featured on the program in 2017 to discuss the State’s adoption of the TASC and HiSET as alternatives to the GED. Executive Director
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Seeds Appears On Cleveland’s 43 Focus with Harry Boomer [Video]

In December, Christopher Richards (Site Coordinator, Seeds West) and Dr. Carmine Stewart (President, Aspire Consulting & Educational Services) appeared on Cleveland’s 43 Focus with Harry Boomer. The pair highlighted the critical issue of adult illiteracy in Cleveland. They also discussed changes to the adult education landscape, and how the Cleveland
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Margo Hudson, a Seeds of Literacy GED grad, continues to earn praise for her dedication to adult education and literacy in Cleveland

Seeds Grad Named One of Cleveland’s Most Interesting for 2017

Cleveland Magazine’s annual list of the city’s most interesting people includes Seeds of Literacy GED® grad and volunteer tutor Margo Hudson! Named one of the year’s most interesting for her commitment to earning her GED credential and her many achievements that followed — like being invited to participate at last summer’s
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GED graduate Margo Hudson tutors a student at Seeds of Literacy on Cleveland's west side.

Seeds Grad & Tutor Margo Spotlighted on WKYC [Video]

Literacy can change your life. That’s the message Margo Hudson, a Seeds of Literacy GED® graduate and current volunteer tutor, shares with everyone she meets. Danielle Wiggins, of Cleveland’s WKYC – Channel 3, heard Margo’s message and profiled her for “Rising,” a weekly segment that spotlights people who overcame adversity
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Seeds of Literacy as guests on WEWS Channel 5's Kaliedoscope

Seeds on “Kaleidoscope” with Leon Bibb

Seeds of Literacy’s Executive Director Bonnie Entler and student Cristaly Martinez were guests on Kaleidoscope, a program that spotlights people making a difference in Northeast Ohio, to talk about the value of the adult education that Seeds of Literacy provides. Hosted by Cleveland TV legend Leon Bibb, the segment included
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GED books

Seeds featured in Pacific Standard

Seeds of Literacy is featured in the newest Pacific Standard, an online and print magazine known for its journalism on cultural issues, as part of in-depth article on the GED and its current purpose. In “Making the Case for a Good Enough Diploma,” journalist Dan McGraw argues that the current
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GED books

“Is the GED Still Relevant?” on The Sound of Ideas

Seeds of Literacy’s Executive Director Bonnie Entler joined 90.3 WCPN’s The Sound of Ideas earlier this week as part of a discussion on how well the GED exam prepares people for college and career. The episode, titled “Is the GED Still Relevant?”, featured as its primary contributors economists John Eric
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