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Asynchron/ and Learned Achievement Many parents start to second-guess themselves-worried they are overestimating their child's abilities relative to others-and don't want to believe that their child won't fit into any elementary school environment. The kids were put in the same class at the nearby elementary school and their teacher set up her schedule so Charlie and Monica joined their elementary school class for art, music, gym, lunch, social sciences, field trips, and parties with their age-mates in the afternoon. Most of his classmates were foreign students who were tracked and ability-grouped during their grade school and high school years and already had the equivalent of a physics degree before they even arrived at M.I.T. After graduation, Charlie thought about giving acting one more try, but while waiting, went to work in Washington, DC.
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