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<<It was a special class with 10-12 students vs. the three classes of 30-35 students for the regular kids in the 5th grade. This arrangement lasted for two years until too many parents complained that the "smart kids" were getting too much attention & resources.


Democracy in action.

We see the same thing with Democrats promoting programs of discrimination against the wealthy.

And of course people benefit the most from education in proportion to their intelligence, with the very intelligent benefiting hugely from education and the dumb benefiting marginally if at all.

The democratic bias towards "equal education for all" is a waste of scarce resources, and usually winds up disadvantaging those who can benefit from education the most.

Seattle Pioneer
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