The “Certificate of Completion or Attendance” that is being offered in
lieu of high school diplomas, is a part of Bush’s “No Child Left Behind”.

This is how it works:

It is for students who are unable to pass both the Language Arts and
Math portions of the 10th grade ISTEP. Students must take the same 10th
grade test over in the 11th and 12th grades until they pass both portions.
If they are unable to pass the 10th grade test by the 12th grade then they
have two options:

1. Drop out and go to a GED program or,
2. accept a “Certificate of Completion” – it is NOT a diploma. Once a
student accepts it, they cannot ever get a diploma or a GED. A
certificate of completion means that a student can never (as long as
they live):

1. go to the armed services
2. go to college
3. go to trade school
4. go to journeyman’s school
5. go to beauty school
6. go to culinary arts school
7. get a federal loan in their lifetime

This is the portion of NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND (2001) that Bush slipped
in during the 2004 revision of the NCLB bill. It has not been publicized.

At a high school in Indiana, in 2005, there were 87 seniors in the
graduation class. Five got diplomas and 82 got “Certificates of Completion”.

This is being referred to as the “Paper Plantation”. It is better
for students to drop out and get into a GED program so they may seek
other forms of education, later in life, if they desire to do so. All 50
states have “Certificates of Completion or Attendance”.

Please pass this information along to EVERYONE you know who has
school age children. Clergy, please preach it from the pulpits. Our
people MUST know this information.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s