GED OR GRADUATE EQUIVALENCY DEGREE
An alternative degree earned instead of a high school diploma after passing the GED examination. GED programs are available to help prepare for the exam.
The immigration document that allows someone who is not a US citizen to live and work legally in the United States (see SIJS below). A green card is not actually green and is officially called a Permanent Resident Card.
A group foster care placement for young people in foster care who live in a home with foster care agency staff and go to work or school in the community.