Samstag, 21. April 2018

>The problems of inner-city schools are g related and epitomize what Humphreys has referred to as inadequate learning syndrome, or ILS. Observing educators' attempts to improve learning in inner-city schools, Maeroff noted: "[T]here is a tendency to revel delusions of improvement. Order may be restored, but oppression reigns. Test scores may rise, but concepts remain ungrasped. Facts may be memorized, but students cannot apply them in solving problems. Dropouts may be kept in school, but the diplomas they receive are not backed by skills and knowledge".<

The g factor, Arthur R. Jensen

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