Are Kids Missing Out By Not Skipping A Grade?

Saxon Scott was 5 years old when her parents decided she could do without kindergarten. She’d sailed through a series of tests that measured her acumen, and moved directly to first grade once preschool ended. Now she’s 15 and a high school junior, and Scott thinks nothing of her relative youth. She continues to shine in the classroom, is friendly with students in her grade, and only briefly laments the fact that she won’t be driving until the end of her freshman year in college. “As someone who skipped kindergarten, I can say it wasn’t a big deal,” Scott said.

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Agenda: 17° Congreso de Profesores de Español

Evento: 17° Congresso Brasileiro de Professores de Espanhol

Local y ciudad: Universidade Federal do Pará (UFPA), Belém do Pará

fecha: 4 al 7 de julio de 2017. 

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