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For more than 80 years, advocates of high school reform have confronted college-entrance requirement. that push them toward a continuing reliance on discipline-based courses, credit, and grade.
If you've ever wondered about the educational jargon and medical diagnoses surrounding children with learning difficulties in our schools, be assured that they often have a straightforward explanation: the elevator theory.
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