Randolph County- Spreading into rural areas is an important way South Georgia colleges are working to make education more accessible.
Albany Technical College opened its learning center in Randolph County Wednesday. The new facility will bring GED, adult literacy and certificate programs to one of the poorest areas in the state.
"We want to break that cycle as we move in and one of the additions that we wanted to make a part of the Millennium Center was this particular facility. A learning resource center," said Gerald Green, (D) Cuthbert.
Beginning July first, you can enroll for GED classes. Credit courses will begin in the fall.