Adult Education

The involvement of parents is central to the educational model we are building here in Hartford. The Adult Education Center is one example of how we are working to support that goal. Even adults who do not have children in the school system have a role to play, because we see the entire community as our partner in building a stronger future.
Whether you are thinking of becoming an English as a Second Language student or pursuing your GED, the Hartford Adult Education Center can help you. Contact us by calling (860) 695-5840, or visit our office at 110 Washington Street in Hartford. (If you need to fax us any materials, the number is (860) 722-8606.) You may also EMAIL Tina Jeter, Ed.D., Director.

Information About Hartford's Adult Education Program

  • For more information regarding about the programs offered by The Adult Education Center, please click HERE.
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  • Para mais informações sobre sobre os programas oferecidos pelo Centro de Educação para Adultos, por favor clique AQUI.


Your future is calling. With the GED® test, you can answer the call!
The GED® Test is set to change on January 2, 2014.
For Important news about changes to the current GED® Test that could affect you, please click HERE.
The current version of the GED® test is expiring at the end of 2013 and your scores will expire too if you don’t finish and pass the GED® test by then. If you act soon, you won’t have to re-take the parts of the GED® test you’ve already passed.
Don’t miss this chance to turn one small step into your next big opportunity in life. You’re almost there!
Don’t feel prepared to finish the GED® test? Don’t worry—we can help! Even with your busy schedule, you can prepare, plan, and succeed. Call us at 860-695-5840,or visit your local GED® testing center at Adult Education Center, 110 Washington Street.  We’ll ensure you’re registered for the GED® test and have all the support you need to finish and pass.


There will be a new GED test beginning in 2014. 
Any “unfinished” tests will expire at the end of 2013. 
You will need to complete all 5 tests (Reading, Writing, Math, Science and Social Studies) before the end of 2013.  Otherwise you will have to take all 5 over again. 

Committed to Hartford Families

We believe that the adults in a child's life need to be engaged with that girl or boy's education. The Adult Education Center provides information that supports this type of involvement. From health information, life skills and parenting education, and even guidance on pursuing a college degree (for parent, child, or both!), we are working to create opportunities that benefit every learner of every age.