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Jan. 25, 2023Jefferson City, Mo. | By: Jeremy Werner
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A new program from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education aims to help nearly half a million Missourians.
Adults will now have the opportunity to finish high school 100% online and at no cost through the Missouri Workforce Diploma Program.
The program, provided with help from the Graduation Alliance, offers Missourians, aged 21 and older, the opportunity to earn their diploma when and where it works best for them online.
Students will also receive support from teachers, tutors who are on hand 24-7, and a personal Academic Coach who monitors the pace and progress.
Recent data shows that over 455,000 Missourians left high school without earning a diploma. For more information or to sign-up, visit missouridiploma.com.