Education—without labels

"That child simply refuses to participate," said one teacher, "but then, she comes from a broken home, you know."

Parents should be aware that children are sometimes subjected to certain psychological theories that would stereotype them and their school experiences. These theories, which ultimately infringe on a child's well-being, run the gamut and use such labels as: "slow learner," "middle child," "inner-city child," "an only child," and even "the gifted child."

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Home can't be broken
August 18, 1980
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