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Every professional and parent should read the following article translated and reprinted from The Scandinavian Journal of Reading Specialists, November, 1967 issue. The memorandum to the Swedish National Board of Education is frighteningly familiar—would that the reply could be so.—C.C.E.
For a long time it was fashionable to blame a child's parents for his school failures, delinquency or, for that matter, any deviation from society's norms. We know now that each individual child has separate “unto-himself” genetics, constitutional and social factors which affect behavior and...
Can a categorization turn a classroom of culturally deprived children into an even more deprived organism? If so, how? If done, what steps can be taken to return the classroom to normalcy?—C.C.E.
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