In my previous post, I referred to the Fairhaven diploma as non-evaluative.
This, I just realized, is a misnomer: people at Fairhaven _have_ evaluated
that a certain amount of time (three years, right?) and attendance in good
standing are adequate measures that an individual has attained suffucient
experience to warrant a diploma. Every time a student pursues such a
diploma, some minimal evaluation must occur that s/he did in fact attain
the attendance/good standing criteria.
My apologies for perpetuating the obfuscative confusion...
"Cherish your best hopes as a faith, and abide
by them in action."
-- Margaret Fuller
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