1900 vs. Now: Are the Traumas of Today Damaging the Children of Tomorrow?

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This could very well be damaging to an intelligent child that happens to be a poor test-taker, but they will have to take formative tests all throughout life. However, the educational material that these tests cover is provided equally to all, which was hardly so in 1900...
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However, the educational material that these tests cover is provided equally to all, which was hardly so in 1900. In 1900, American schools allowed some children to benefit more than others. White children with decent social standings were more likely to be able to receive better and more schooling than others...
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