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I think the UK had o
I think the UK had or has a similar plan, alguhoth perhaps at different ages.Here they used to do three tracks of schooling: slow, normal and advanced (they didn't call them that; they had pleasant euphemisms).The point was that you put all the retarded, stupid, distracted, drugged, confused, abused and clueless kids in the slow classes, put everyone else in normal, and bumped the smartest kids up to advanced.At some point, obviously, the slow kids need to fork off to either vocational education or staying at home with their caregivers.Our society right now is opposed to this because of the high number of working women, and the high number of parents of retarded children (PORCs) who want the state to provide day care for their otherwise useless and time/resource-hungry offspring.I favor giving education to those who can benefit from it, and making it highly competitive, because only about 1/5 of the population at most need to be going to college. Back in the day, our educational system resembled this curve because a high school diploma meant basic skills were acquired. Now, it means 4 years of attendance without participating in a school shooting. When we try to include everyone, we spread the effort too thin and end up benefiting no one.





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Douma

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