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First California then Tennessee

Not too long ago, I wrote that the actions of an appellate court in California should serve as a wake up call to all parents who value choice regarding the education of their children. Now, I seem to have been proven correct:

Recently, the Tennessee State Board of Education ruled diplomas issued to home-schooled students from religious based schools were invalid as proof of the successful completion of High School should it be presented for employment purposes for a job for which state law requires a diploma. You read that right. According to the State Board of Education, all diplomas are equal but some diplomas are more equal than others.

If you are concerned about the education system in our country, I highly recommend you take the time to read this post in it entirety.