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TABE Testing and Remediation

The Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) has mandated that each student enrolled in a certificate/diploma program meet minimum basic academic skill levels in reading, mathematics, and language in order to receive a Certificate of Completion or Applied Technology Diploma. A chart that shows the levels for each PSAV program offered at Erwin is available in the Appendix of the School Catalog, on the school’s website, and in hardcopy in the Student Services office. Prior to beginning vocational/technical training, all students take the Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE), a test that measures the required basic academic skill levels. TABE results are reported in grade-level equivalents. TABE test scores are valid for 24 months.

TABE Testing information can be found here.

If a prospective student does not meet the basic requirements for a specific program, he/she is encouraged to begin remediation as soon as possible. Applicants are referred to The Learning Center (TLC) at Erwin for assistance. Test results are used to create an individual education plan for remediation. Students register for The Learning Center on a first-come, first-served basis, as space permits. 

Last updated on 8/28/2018
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