Fort Knox by Paul Jon

Fort Knox

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  1. simpsonfan2

    simpsonfan2 said, over 3 years ago

    But he can be called ‘W’.

  2. kaecispopX

    kaecispopX said, over 3 years ago

    That is the problem with special education classes. They treat all of their students like they are the least able to learn. When my daughter was in public school, she was in special education classes because she has a diagnosis of high functioning autism. Her biggest problem is that socially she is about 2 years below her physical age, yet her last class was shared with a single student whose autism was such that he was non-verbal at the age of 9. Each year she was reassigned to a school that was academically inferior to the one she was in the year before until they were going to “mainstream” her in a school that was later taken over by the state because of the poor academic performance of the whole school.
    We now home school her. She is behind in some areas but is 4 grade levels above her peers in other areas.
    Public schools are not equipped to handle any student that deviates from the federally expected norm of today. Those that are slower than expected are left behind because they will bring the overall school average down. Those that are smarter than expected often fall between the cracks because they are not challenged or recognised for their abilities.
    The public school system today has basically become an assembly line to turn out average students to be conformed to the social pattern of the educational elitists that deemed politically correct at this time. the children that do not fit within the narrow confines of the expectations of the modern educational system are discarded like a piece of machinery that does not fit the mold of the factory.

  3. Scyphi

    Scyphi said, over 3 years ago

    I thought Einstein would’ve been considered “special needs” today too…

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