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Date Posted: 01:25:13 12/13/18 Thu
Author: honest question
Subject: Teacher certification

Full disclosure, I'm an CLRG TCRG.
I was looking at my TCRG diploma and was reminded that the CRG in the TCRG and ADCRG letters stands for Coimisiun le Rinci Gaelacha... I've noticed that many of the open platform orgs also certify "TCRGs" and "ADCRGs"... But my question is, what do those letters stand for? I thought the basis for many of the open platform organisations was to distance themselves from CLRG, and cut back on some of the restrictions imposed by a large organisation like CLRG... So then why use the same letters (or certify teachers at all)... Just seems counter intuitive. I feel like if I were trying to be a budding organisation as an alternative to a more "mainstream" option, I'd want literally every last thing to be differentiated.
Honestly curious. Would be cool to have a list of what the letters stand for at each of the organisations!

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