Jerry Heverly

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I've felt for many years that a high school diploma is not a measure of academic achievement in most of America. It is more akin to a quinceanera or bar mitzvah. It means you are officially an adult. It's a rite of passage . . . Counselors and administrators buttonhole teachers the last weeks of school pleading for consideration for that nice kid who only needs one more class to graduate. Who wants to be the Grinch that kept Sally from walking the stage?feedback
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Jul 14 2017
Jerry Heverly has most recently been quoted in an article called I dislike fraudulent courses. So why do I still want schools to use them?. Jerry Heverly said, “I've felt for many years that a high school diploma is not a measure of academic achievement in most of America. It is more akin to a quinceanera or bar mitzvah. It means you are officially an adult. It's a rite of passage . . . Counselors and administrators buttonhole teachers the last weeks of school pleading for consideration for that nice kid who only needs one more class to graduate. Who wants to be the Grinch that kept Sally from walking the stage?”.
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