In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (Herman Rubin) wrote:
> If a student is LD, either that disability can be reasonable treated > without slowing down the class, or the student does not belong in > the class. As for the gifted, they should be advanced much more > rapidly; any institution which does not do this does not deserve > the title of "school".
Is this the policy of Purdue? Do they get rid of LD students that can't keep up with the class without "adjustments"? Do you do these things in the dept. of statistics.
> As for the discipline problems, you are right. The school should > be obliged to teach the individual as an individual, not as a > member of an administratively defined group.
Are you saying that we should have that utopian 1 to 1 student to teacher ratio?