Has anyone ever failed kindergarten? Maybe so, but odds are that most kids make it through.
So why do some schools stage kindergarten graduations with diplomas and cap and gowns?
Have 6-year-olds really accomplished anything in their first of many years of education much of which is spent simply having fun.
Some say kindergarten graduations are counter-productive because they diminish the sense of accomplishment of high school and college graduations.
Others say kindergarten graduations are harmless and set young kids on a good educational path in a fun way.
Do the graduations do more harm than good or should they continue?