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FORT PIERCE ? Mexico and the St. Lucie County School District are partnering to allow adults who speak Spanish but little to no English to earn a Mexican high school diploma at a county school.

?Nothing but positive news can happen as a result of this,? Schools Superintendent Michael Lannon said Tuesday.

The district will receive 300 Spanish language textbooks about world history, literature, geography, science and mathematics to be used at Chester A. Moore Elementary School, Port St. Lucie High School, Oak Hammock K-8 School, Forest Grove Middle School and Palm Pointe Educational Research School at Tradition.

Most schools were chosen because they have a higher percentage of Hispanic students than others. Port St. Lucie High was selected because next school year it will offer an International Baccalaureate diploma.

Details of the partnership will be explained at a Monday news conference at the school district?s office. The consul general of Mexico in Miami, Ambassador Juan Miguel Gutierrez Tinoco, will attend.

While the program benefits adults, officials hope to create a sister school with Mexico that would help students by exposing them to different cultures, district officials said.

15 Responses to “Florida School District To Offer Mexican Diplomas”
  1. BEADALONG says:

    This is another reason teachers DO NOT deserve tenure and have lost a lot of respect in my eyes.

    Instead of catering to them-if we must be stuck with them: Make the people and their parents foot the bill. Let’s include billing the nation of origin and taking this directly out of the teacher’s/school districts’ pockets themselves.

    If the teachers and such insist in this behavior-let them foot the bill as well. I also want to hear no more bellyaching about how little money they make.

    And of course, the elites want this behavior to balkanize us.

  2. jo says:

    Most schools were chosen because they have a higher percentage of Hispanic students than others. Port St. Lucie High was selected because next school year it will offer an International Baccalaureate diploma.

    KNOW IT WHEN YOU SEE IT!!!!!!!!!!!

    the whole point of this is to create mexican “college graduates” by the bushell. this is for those who can’t probably even pass the exit exams. a high school education will probably NOT be required. they will have their own edition of a GED (mexican style). only those who speak spanish will know how uneducated these people will really be. they will have “legitimate” rights to the jobs that require a “college degree”. as it is today, “higher education” is a real joke, but these clowns intend on really taking it over top. worst of all, the sheep people will marvel how really progressive “those people” are and not only are they “hard workers”, their family values are responsible for the majority of their children having college degrees. sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!!!

  3. jo says:

    note the term, INTERNATIONAL BACALAUREATE, this will be the degree type that will be in demand in this global economy. don’t have to mean shit, but just the tittle.
    they are getting our educational tax dollars and the whole point is to make our education secondary to a mexican one in our own country. they already have things set up so that all these “educationial centers” will be accredidated . they are out and out stealing our/our children’s futures and rights to work in meaningful professions. what now?

  4. jo says:

    and of course, these people will go to these schools for free( we pay) and will get free computers (we pay) and free text books (we pay) and stipends and other living expenses (we pay).

  5. jo says:

    can’t wait until they start opening the medical schools. yeah…..right….

    would be funny if it wasn’t gonna happen, may have already. remember reading also saw a program on tv over a year ago about all the hispanic “doctors” that were living in the barrios and trying to get by on shitty jobs, because they couldn’t get jobs as doctors because they were illegals. this is absolutely bs, but why were they putting this forth? well it seems that they have “schools” where these “doctors” could go, to bring them up to par so that they could get doctor’s jobs in local hospitals and clinics. the guy that was speaking on this “program ” was quite arrognant stated that the money for this was not coming from the usa, but from certain banks in south america/latin america and mexico. this was said like this is what we are doing and the usa has nothing to say about it. these “doctors” would be in the clinic in 6months and in the hospitals in a year. so i guess they are. the whole premise was built on a lie as in many countries including mexico, the people that go to real medical schools in those places no longer have to do extra stuff to practice here and real doctors from those places don’t have a problem getting visa to come here or stay here. so when you look up and think that “doctor”man/woman looks farmilar, you might be right. they may have served you at mc donalds a year or two ago, while finishing up high school.

  6. BEADALONG says:

    Yea Jo. To me, this is a sick, sick situation. And they are indeed stealing our childrens’ future. But the Sheeple just refuse to see any of this!

    Hmm, here I am trying to learn the Spanish language (only from books so far) and here they are, given complete carte blanch (spelling?) to not having to learn our language.

    I wonder how the general Medical Community is going to handle this info, seeing how they had to spend years in school and thousands of $ only to face probably getting displaced out of their profession as well.

  7. Johnny says:

    And their doing with our tax dollars!!!!!!!!!

  8. Angel says:

    Creeps in slowly like a disease, and then boom; it’s a complete takeover. Where is the media? Just constantly covering Obama’s minister 24/7. If all that crap is on again tonight, I’ll scream.

  9. Eddie B. says:

    I can’t stand this. Read this garbage:

    What is the Diploma Programme?
    The Diploma Programme is a challenging two-year programme of international education for students aged 16 to 19.

    The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme is a challenging two-year curriculum, primarily aimed at students aged 16 to 19. It leads to a qualification that is widely recognized by the world?s leading universities.

    Students learn more than a collection of facts. The Diploma Programme prepares students for university and encourages them to:

    ask challenging questions
    learn how to learn
    develop a strong sense of their own identity and culture
    develop the ability to communicate with and understand people from other countries and cultures.

    http://www.ibo.org/diploma/

    The New Worlld Order is hard at work. Where are the parents in this school district that still speak English???!!!!

    WAKE UP. THE FAT LADY IS WARMING UP.

  10. Sandman says:

    So what will this diploma do for the people who have it? If they cannot even communicate with Americans, what sort of jobs can they do other than sweep floors or flip burgers?

  11. jo says:

    that is the definition at this moment, but i ‘ll bet anyone in a few years it will have the same “weight” as a baccalaureate degree from a conventional college/university. otherwise why use the term baccalaureate, instead of calling it what they are saying it is…a college prep. program. this is a way to get us to pay for it, a way around the no grants/loans for illegals for college. this is really insulting to everyone’s intelligence, then maybe not, cause they’re selling and a lot of citizens will be buying it at face value and won’t even realizes when it evolves.

  12. jo says:

    Students learn more than a collection of facts. The Diploma Programme prepares students for university and encourages them to:

    ask challenging questions
    learn how to learn
    develop a strong sense of their own identity and culture
    develop the ability to communicate with and understand people from other countries and cultures.

    all invaders already know these things, so they only need to attend to get those grants and stipends.

    ask challenging questions… where is my lawyer, where is my check, etc.
    learn how to learn…………. ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ”
    develop a strong sense of their
    own identiity/culture……………” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ”
    develop the ability to comm.etc. ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” “

  13. jo says:

    #10…..Sandman,

    So what will this diploma do for the people who have it? If they cannot even communicate with Americans, what sort of jobs can they do other than sweep floors or flip burgers?

    they have made is plain, loud and clear, that they do not have to communicate “with americans”, and they are doing much better then we are using that technic.
    if we are lucky, they will be able to leave those jobs for us and the newly arrived invaders. in spite of the facts, we still chose to believe that we are in charge and that they need us. they do not need us ,only our money, and those who are “our leaders” are giving it to them as a cover for what they themselves are stealing from us.
    they will be asking the same question that you are asking, only is will be “what jobs do these non spanish speaking people think they qualify for if they cannot communicate with us?”

  14. okaram says:

    A few things:
    1. The agreement is for *adult* education, has nothing to do with kids. It is geared to the *parents* of those kids.

    2. The word baccalaureate refers to a bachelors in the US (and I guess most countries now), but to a high-school diploma in other countries (I know of at least France and Mexico).

    3. The IB is a *very highly regarded* High-school program, used around the world, and accepted in many countries. The IB is much more rigorous than most of our normal high-school diplomas.

  15. jo says:

    #14 okaram,

    3. The IB is a *very highly regarded* High-school program, used around the world, and accepted in many countries. The IB is much more rigorous than most of our normal high-school diplomas.

    this right there shows that this is just trick, as most of these people have not even completed grammar school, with many having no schooling at all. most can not read or write in their own language. in mexico, only 25% of the people graduate from high school. so how in the world would they even be able to begin such a “rigorious” program. . many of these people coming from mexico today don’t even speak spanish. this is a con, a scam and we are paying for it.

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