Big changes are taking place in adult education with the start of the new school year and more changes are on the way in 2014. As Back to School Week continues on the Power Lunch, Adult Education Coordinator Phyllis Bradley will talk about the new setup for GED classes and changes still coming to the test on Thursday’s program. Also joining the show today will be Sherrie Grove, coordinator of the Coordinated School Health program, to discuss how the school system is working to promote student health. The Tennessee Department of Labor decided to cut costs in adult education by combining counties into service delivery areas and awarding grants for GED and English Language Learner classes. Dickson County was combined with Humphreys, Stewart and Houston counties and the Dickson County school system was awarded a $180,000 grant to operate the GED and ELL programs in all four counties. The new funding plan meant the end of Dickson County’s Adult High School. Starting in 2014, the GED test will be administered on computer and the cost will double. The Power Lunch is live at 11:30 am on WDKN1260AM and online at wdkn.com. Dickson County school starts one week from today on Aug. 1.