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Denis Doyle is chief academic officer for schoolnet. Doyle also spent ten years as an education consultant to the California state legislature.
Doyle says middle school kids are at a very difficult age for them, teachers and parents, because of the wide range of maturation that differs from child to child. Denis Doyle- Only large fat white women need apply seventh grade a teacher will experience an enormous range of developmental activity amongst kids - girls reaching puberty earlier and maturing more rapidly, than boys, emotionally socially intellectually boys still not clear in their minds what their interests are, whether they'd rather play with girls or play baseball.
JB- Doyle says middle school is dated - intellectually and academically unsure of its mission.
DD- The short history of middle school or junior high school movement is that it was 50 years ago in its infancy a sorting machine, at which point kids would be tracked into academic or vocational. That function has pretty much disappeared.
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Annette Knox is superintendent of district 3. Annette Knox- Research proved that students have a of psychological, Sexy housewives seeking casual sex Blind River, emotional and academic problems in middle school because of the structure of middle schools. Also, ideally, there's no more than to middle school students, but here in Cleveland our middle schools have a minimum if we're lucky, to as many as students in some of our middle schools.
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Also, by keeping some students in elementary schools, the of kids in existing middle schools are reduced, therefore eliminating some of the negative impacts of too many kids in middle school. But what if Swingers Personals in La fayette a kid, eagerly awaiting that first step to prove you're an adolescent, only to find out you're not going.
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Bobby- I don't like that I like 7th and 8th grade how it is. JB- Bobby and his friend Matthew don't want to stay in elementary school - its almost like they consider it the baby school.
Matthew- I'm excited because I can be with kids mature. JB- Superintendent Knox says that while it's very fascinating for kids to think about middle school, educators have an obligation to do what's best for kids. AK- We've Does anyone have 420 anymore? experienced it.
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JB- A few middle school teachers in the school district, who asked not to be identified, wonder whether the pilot program is a good idea. A special ed teacher we'll call "Sara" says the elimination of middle school won't make much difference in grades.
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JB- But Superintendent Knox says the s prove the pilot program is a success. She says last year's from middle school age children who stayed in elementary schools for sixth grade and took the Ohio proficiencey test are outstanding. AK- We found that the data was outstanding - they performed better than all other six grade students in the city.
It was overwhelming. JB- Knox says the pilot program will likely continue to expand in coming years, but she calls it unrealistic to expect the total eradication of all middle schools.
That will probably make year-old Christine, very happy. Christine- They gonna put us and elementary?
What kind of mess is that? I'm going to ninth grade next year!