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    Angry Why does anyone do poorly in school?

    Because they don't care.

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    Up to a certain point, yeah. If they aren't trained for excellence from young, by the time they reach h.s., it's a lost cause IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GroovyLittleThing View Post
    Up to a certain point, yeah. If they aren't trained for excellence from young, by the time they reach h.s., it's a lost cause IMO.
    In school I had great teachers and shitty teachers.
    The bad teachers never stopped me form learning anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgeflash View Post
    In school I had great teachers and shitty teachers.
    The bad teachers never stopped me form learning anything.
    True that. But it does start in the home. But as far as the kids that need the extra help, that sometimes the parents cant give, it should come from the school but some of the teachers dont care enough to alert the parents that their is a problem anyway. So you have some parents that thinking the kid is just a lost cause and might give up for early or just encourage them to barely pass then teachers that don't care if the kid passes or fails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GroovyLittleThing View Post
    True that. But it does start in the home. But as far as the kids that need the extra help, that sometimes the parents cant give, it should come from the school but some of the teachers dont care enough to alert the parents that their is a problem anyway. So you have some parents that thinking the kid is just a lost cause and might give up for early or just encourage them to barely pass then teachers that don't care if the kid passes or fails.
    Yuh know I never had much to learn from home my mom never made it to secondary school.

    And I did pretty good with mi education across de board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swallow View Post
    Yuh know I never had much to learn from home my mom never made it to secondary school.

    And I did pretty good with mi education across de board.
    you and a few others are the exception to the rule. not every child is self sufficient like you were. parental enrichment/encouragement is always a good thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GroovyLittleThing View Post
    you and a few others are the exception to the rule. not every child is self sufficient like you were. parental enrichment/encouragement is always a good thing.
    I'm not knocking it but it's not de most common factor.
    lets tek orphans for example.

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