Interesting perspective. Perhaps you'd care to share some references that support it?
She performs well on the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale
so there is objective evidence that she is not "dumb", contrary to your assertions.
Let me be more precise about what happened with my daughter and high school graduation. When she entered high school, we signed her up for "smart core", given her intelligence test scores. We then discovered her inability with Algebra and foreign language. After three attempts to perform well in Algebra, including holding her back a year so she could have yet another attempt, we realized there was no way she'd ever pass Algebra II, which was required for smart core. We signed her up for the common core math classes, which at the time did not include Algebra II, and she did well with them. We then began the process of dealing with the state. After a period of discussion and investigation, the state agreed that she would not be able to pass Algebra II, and they agreed to allow her to be moved from smart core to common core graduation requirements -- Thus, she graduated with the common core diploma, not the smart core diploma.
The accommodation was in allowing her to change her target diploma to adjust to the realities of her disability, which meant getting the lesser diploma.
I perceive that you misrepresent my statements, divert from answering my questions, and are attempting to be offensive. You seem to be quite emotional about this. Are you sincere in this, or are you merely trolling me?