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Students who dropped out or were not able to complete graduation from high school, college, or technical school should be capable of completing their studies and retroactively graduating from the schools they should have originally graduated from or those in which they were enrolled when they dropped out. Retroactive diplomas and degrees would classify students as graduates of their original schools and classes, and, optionally, list the actual dates that they complete their studies. Alternatively, schools could exclusively list the dates that students should have graduated on retroactive diplomas and degrees and disburse a separate completion affidavit that would list the issuance date…

Though retro degrees and diplomas would, optionally, list the actual completion date, students would be privileged to list their original class or year they should have graduated on employment applications, etc., which would be technically accurate and mend attendance gaps between initial enrollment and completion…

Online High School Adult Learning Portals

Retroactive adult learning and graduation would essentially be an online process, with the optional exception of major tests. All high schools could create their own adult learning portals or there could be a single major adult learning portal to which all high schools could connect and/or link to their school websites…

High School Offices of Adult Learning

All high schools should hire representatives who would specialize in recruitment and in helping enrollees to complete the said program, and offer career counseling to those particular alumni once they have retroactively graduated…

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