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Published: Friday, March 21 2014 5:00 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

So many flaws in eduction is the problem with children not getting the education they are able to process. This same reasoning should be allowed in the homes of childern to be disciplined in social behaviors and respect for each other and their teachers before they are put in the hands of government overlords running the school prisons.

What they are discovering is that common core is not educating children. Common core is restricting and holding more intelligent and ready to learn children from their need for knowledge. Not all children have the same intelligence nor level of learning. This is the flaw in common core.

With common core standards it cripples children who are ready and able. The next move will be each age will have IQ ratings to segregate students by the numbers and eduction abilities of a socialist society limiting opportunity's by common core divisions. Instead of age being relative to grade, IQ will establish grade levels.

Its not likely that intelligence and achievement will ever become a social stander, a socialist governemnt cannot allow freedom or free speech or independence, quality of eduction, is disrupts the socialist order if someone is an achiever.

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