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In some states--AS I HAVE RECENTLY EXPLAINED YET AGAIN....community colleges will accept a special ed diploma for admission into a credit/degree program...one state is Florida)if other requirements are met). I had previously found a website listing what states would accept it, but cannot find the site again. some community colleges have open admissions and accept anyone who is at least 18--even if they don't have any type of HS certificate..so a special ed diploma would be ok as long as the student is 18 my community college does not offer GED classes. minnesota does not accept a special ed diploma except for the remedial/ GED classes. If you can understand this --you are a heck of a lot smarter then some people who went to college and think they know it all, but don't. Once you get the GED, you can then apply for enrollment in a degree program. A GED says you meet the minimum basic academic requirements. A special ed diploma says that you did not meet those requirements.
The certificate of attendance (special diploma) just says that you showed up for the required number of days and occupied space in the classroom. You don't have 'academic' credits according to your State's grade-level curriculum. You obtained attendance credits, but not academic credits. If you attempt to apply to college or a job, they will ask what degree you have previously completed. Community colleges have GED programs, but this is being admitted to a remedial/skills training program and is not 'college' credit. A GED is not a college degree. Even community organizations (churches, communty centers) are able to offer it--whereas licensing organizations are very selective about what is actually able to call themselves an "accredited college". You are not enrolled in college unless you are specifically admitted to college-level classes at a college.