Adult education courses will cost more next year

December 03, 1992

Adult education, evening high school and GED courses will cost more in Baltimore County next year.

The average increase will be 18 percent per course, according to Dale Rauenzahn, coordinator of adult and alternative education for the Baltimore County Board of Education.

For general education and technology courses meeting four hours a week, county residents will pay a registration fee of $52, instead of $44.

Non-residents will pay $130 -- an increase of $20.

A 10-week course meeting two hours a week will cost $26 instead of $22 for county residents and $65 instead of $55 for non-residents.

Senior citizens pay half the regular registration fee for any course.

But lab and materials fees are not reduced for senior citizens.

The fee for drivers education is $155, up $10, for all registrants.

The new fees take effect Jan. 1, Mr. Rauenzahn said.

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