A Colorado homeschool graduate making straight A’s in her veterinary technician program at the Pima Medical institute in Colorado Springs was recently informed that to finish her degree she would have to get her GED. After the graduate and her parents disagreed they were offered a compromise.
School officials said they would allow the student to finish her current program but not continue to the next certification level without a GED. The school cited accreditation concerns and even offered to pay for the expense of GED testing.
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