It’s Time to Do Away With High School Diplomas

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For most young people, the attainment of a high school diploma is the pinnacle of academic achievement. It represents the culmination of 12 years of study, dedication, and accomplishment. At the graduation ceremony, parents stand proud. Grandparents come from far away. Parties are held. Speeches are…

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I am a teacher in an inner-city alternative school and work a small hobby farm with my wife. I write about politics, education, and social issues.

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John Egelkrout

John Egelkrout

I am a teacher in an inner-city alternative school and work a small hobby farm with my wife. I write about politics, education, and social issues.

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