Learning DifferentiatED | GED Preparation
Learning DifferentiatED, a University of Arkansas startup, has developed a software program, manaGED Prep, that is based on the adult education expertise of our firm's president, Barry James.
The manaGED Prep program will streamline the current GED preparation process, reducing student preparation times by 25 percent while increasing student retention rates thereby increasing profits for our customers – adult education schools.
- Information Technology
- Computer Software and Services
- P.O. Box 954
- Fayetteville, AR 72702
- Barry James, President/CEO
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