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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Including "low" students in the main curriculum

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From: Ray M <raypblk@san.rr.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 1999020709:29:25
Subject: Re: re: Including Low Students in the main curriculum

If you'll bother to check out the references at EPGY, you'll find out
that there are 10 year olds that can do core sequence math courses at
Stanford University.

All I am saying is that the brightest 0.1% of the population can
acquire new knowledge at a rate that the middle 30% can hardly
imagine.  There is an enormous waste of potential in this country
because of teachers that think like John.


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