Bright Kids, Poor Grades
By lihubbard, Updated
A news story about bright children getting bad grades
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In america our kids are getting poor grades in school
The TIMASS, is an international study that tests american students to students from other countries
According to TIMASS, the third international math an science study, there is a time for studying needed for students to be the best they can.
These kids don't have all the skills they need to learn
According to PHD psychiatrist Sylvia Rimm, some children in america aren't learning to achieve.
These kids learn many things from their parents, including their values.
They try to follow that example and thus, don’t value achievement and they won’t want to learn to achieve.
1 in 4 of high school seniors cannot read at the most basic level. In 1992, out of 500, they scored 292, while in 2005, they scored 286
On the 2013 NAEP reading test, about 22 percent of eighth graders scored below the "basic" level, and only 36 percent of eighth graders were at or above grade level
These kids have great goals and work even harder
They need their teachers and family to help these kids grow and develop
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