《The Smartest Kids in the World》的笔记-第164页
- 章节名：chapter 8 difference - "i want to think about them as all the same"
- 页码：第164页 2017-08-15 20:07:44
What did it mean, then, that respected U.S. educational leaders and professors in teachers colleges were indoctrinating young teachers with the mindset that poverty trumped everything else? What did it mean if teachers were led to believe that they could only be expected to do so much and that poverty was usually destiny?It may be human nature to stereotype, but some countries systematically reinforced the instinct, and some countries inhibited it. It was becoming obvious to me that rigor couldn't exist without equity. Equity was not just a matter of tracking and budgets; it was a mindset.
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