Re: IQ AND RACE. The taboo subject.
Warren Sarle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 25 Feb 1995 22:24:45 GMT
In article <3illee$qo3@elaine37.Stanford.EDU>, cfairman@leland.Stanford.EDU (Carolyn Jean Fairman) writes:
|> Campare kids in random daycare or home care watching random TV or
|> being in a Montessori pre-school, and I'm sure the Montessori
|> _trained_ kids do better on the things tested in IQ tests.
There is a whole chapter in _The Bell Curve_ on that issue. Although I
do not recall any specific mention of Montessori pre-school, the most
intensive pre-school programs produced only a small and temporary
increase in IQ. If you have references showing better results from
Montessori programs, please enlighten us.
Warren S. Sarle SAS Institute Inc. The opinions expressed here
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