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#129 - eyeballfrog (08/02/2013) [-]
"dividing children into sets based on ability is illegal"   
   
That seems unwise. The geniuses and the retards have different needs, and you're doing no one any favors by treating them the same.   
   
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"dividing children into sets based on ability is illegal"

That seems unwise. The geniuses and the retards have different needs, and you're doing no one any favors by treating them the same.

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#640 to #129 - anonymous (08/02/2013) [-]
Maybe you are still wrong, even though what you said makes sense to some degree?
I mean, they are still doing best. WORLD Wide. Oh, i wonder why.
#562 to #129 - comradvlad (08/02/2013) [-]
This only works when the majority of people is on the same level. Yes there will be a few tard but they wont draag everyone down cause there is a few. Yes there will be a few geniuses and they will still achieve whatever because they will be working hard and doing other work outside of class. The system in america is failing because the majority are tards AND they keep lowering the standards to make tards normal. This means the average ids get dragged down as well. The smart ones well they do the same things the smart kids everywhere do and get ahead.
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#466 to #129 - anonymous (08/02/2013) [-]
Einstein was dyslexic of course not al dslicx poeple will have sa e intellect just same as normal student being able to understand basic maths but have no issue as well poeple it about treating them the same if extra help is need it is given to them as you can tell I was one of those kid with learning difficultys I still have my issue is not with language it self I know difference in such cases as your and you're there their etc my issue I don't realise I've used one for the other it how my mind works for example here the word of I see it as ov itsead of of its so thing I learned but I can't unlearn it all I can do is go through it and make sure it correct after I am done I don't do it on this website since you aren't going to need it since well it time it takes me to sort can't take me an hour for a 500 word report so I get poeple thread for me it does help but this issue s for life for someeinstin mangrd to sort his issue out I can't but that doesn't mean that he didn't suffer it
User avatar #396 to #129 - elcreepo ONLINE (08/02/2013) [-]
This. If you put retards with smart kids and grade them just the same then the smart kids won't try as hard because they don't need to.

It's a basic fact of communism and the reason it doesn't work.
#309 to #129 - anonymous (08/02/2013) [-]
No. The idea that everybody is dealt with the same cards in the beginning. You will get basic education and you literally learn the basics. Then people can go where they want to. Highschool, polytechnical and after that uni. etc... But yeah we have special programs too though. Just my two cent...
User avatar #233 to #129 - coolcalx (08/02/2013) [-]
when I was in public school (America), I was put into the "gifted" classes because I had an above-average IQ.

it was awesome, because we were learning algebra when I was only in like 4th or 5th grade (so 10 or 11 years old, right?), and they generally stimulated our creativity and taught us to use our intelligence the best we could.

when I got to high school, we still had our gifted class for my freshman year, but after that, they cancelled it, and fired the lady in charge of it (they later re-hired her and made her a secretary).

what kind of school destroys a program designed to stimulate intelligent kids, and help the gifted and intelligent youth better themselves? like.. what the **** , man? THAT'S WHAT THE SCHOOL IS DESIGNED TO DO.

also, public schools are starting to assimilate the mentally challenged kids into the regular-ed classes, which is honestly detrimental to their development, and it slows down everyone's learning.
(my mother worked as a special-ed instructor for a long time, and now she teaches freshman history for several regular classes, a retarded/ED class, and an honors class, so she sees how the assimilation affects how they learn)
User avatar #235 to #233 - coolcalx (08/02/2013) [-]
oh yeah, my point was that treating everyone the same is bad when they simply aren't the same.

god, I hated sitting in class with all the "normal" kids.
I had to take a regular English class, and my god, the "normal" kids were so. ******* . stupid.

there was a kid in my astronomy class who thought the Moon was a star... and he was "normal."

I'm so glad those people don't make it to college.
User avatar #400 to #235 - elcreepo ONLINE (08/02/2013) [-]
You tried a lot less hard because of it, I bet. This is why I hate equality in education.

In my school system, you could get into harder classes based on what you did the year previous. My first year they put me into college prep english (a level above the stupids in general, where most normal kids are) because my English teachers in middle school were dickwads.

The next year I was in honors, and I made it into the advanced preparation class by senior year (the only year they HAVE ap english). Passed it with a B+.

The problem was though that by my senior year the guidance councilors were forcing teachers into tossing everyone, regardless of skill level, into advanced preparation. So my AP teacher had to deal with tossing them back out for the first quarter.
#349 to #235 - thatonecommunist (08/02/2013) [-]
I made it into the gifted courses.

I begged to be let out, because, that's more work.
Never went at all.
I regret nothing.
User avatar #662 to #349 - coolcalx (08/02/2013) [-]
ours was optional once we got to high school. if you wanted to go, you could. if not, you didn't have to be there.
User avatar #209 to #129 - TheBigGummyBear ONLINE (08/02/2013) [-]
my little brother was treated as a 'special' child at school even though he only had mild problems he was treated as a baby when he was in grade 5. He actually ended up getting similar grades to mine in high school and I did quite well. He did poorly in public years because he was treated as a retard and therefore felt that he was.

By surrounding someone with certain types of people, they become those people.
#191 to #129 - anonymous (08/02/2013) [-]
this simply means that the less intelligent aren't discriminated or left behind in education, the smarter kids will get into better schools later on etc. and receive education on a level most suitable for them
#153 to #129 - monkeyheadbsc (08/02/2013) [-]
Who said they are treated the same? They are just not devided. You can always differentiate within a class. Thats more effort for the teacher, but they get more money and have more time giving individual care.
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