email@example.com responds agrily to Stan Hollenbeck <firstname.lastname@example.org>: >> Absolute drivel! I will never accept a concept of a "gifted" class
>I will speak as a parent who has been frustrated and angered by those >who refuse to admit "giftedness," or *any* sort of "betterness" >intellectually exist, so that they may advance their wornout liberal >agendas (yup, *I* can say this because I was one too!). Leave our >kids alone, and out of your social planning efforts...or we *all* >suffer! Children should be with their peers and allowed to learn >at a pace appropriate for them...NOT some middleground!
and then proceeds to quote the following from Hollenbeck's post: >>Every teacher should be pushing for individualizing their student's >>education through discovery and project teaching as much as is possible. >>This allows the genuinely gifted to rise and lead (as they should in real >>life).
So I take it that you're actually in agreement?
>>Bill W.P. Fleischmann mailto:email@example.com Programmer Analyst CIS: 76256,252 University of Michigan