school. An accurate representation of the American school system. Not remotely what the American school looks like. Replace "gifted" with "rich" and "nothing special" with "poor" THEN yo
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User avatar #3 - moistnuggests (10/23/2013) [+] (15 replies)
Not remotely what the American school looks like.

Replace "gifted" with "rich" and "nothing special" with "poor" THEN you have an accurate representation of the American education system.
#17 - stagger (10/23/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Nothing special?

Look at this ******* Picasso. He paints our souls bare before us.
Uncultured ***** . Learn to art.
User avatar #11 - murrlogic ONLINE (10/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Maggie has the most talent out of the other kids

,,,depending upon the writers mood.
#22 - dafogman (10/23/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Another depiction of the American school system.
Another depiction of the American school system.
User avatar #1 - bowmasta (10/23/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Doesn't Maggie grow up to be a famous rockstar? Its been years since watching the show but I remember something like that.
#49 - heartlessrobot (10/23/2013) [+] (7 replies)
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Nope, the gifted area is on the level that we should be teaching the normal kids on, and the normal kids are being taught on the level we should be teaching the retards at.
#46 - PenguinsOfMars ONLINE (10/23/2013) [+] (6 replies)
******** . Gifted gets nothing special and no special funding or benefits, just a bunch of above average teachers apologizing for standardized testing and not having the funding to do anything special.
User avatar #34 - jessieqwertyu (10/23/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Where I live, they just try to drag the gifted kids down to average. Its easier to teach if everyone is the same.
User avatar #135 - sasyboncho (10/23/2013) [+] (4 replies)
**sasyboncho rolls 4**Chan
User avatar #61 - konradkurze (10/23/2013) [+] (3 replies)
flashback to grade school.....

i remember when the teachers gave us work....i usually got it all done quickly and with there being nothing else to do id start drawing stuff

teachers starts flipping out about me 'wasting class time" ....never mind that ive done all the work they set out and they wont give me more because that would upset their precious lesson plans.....

they tried sticking me in a 'special' class till the principal said nope and put me back in my normal class

.....seriously teachers have no clue how to handle intelligent kids
#16 - bitchesbanthymine (10/23/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Once children reach the age of 13 they are within the formal operational stage of development and are perfectly capable of learning at the same rate, albeit some not to the same extent (with the exception of those with learning disabilities). Some children have no intention to learn and disrupt the entire class, I remember when I was in school there was a kid in my English class who'd yell and run around and get sent to the headteacher's office every single ******* lesson, completely wasting the first 10 minutes of the lessons. It's clear that children who want to learn are hindered by those who don't, and that the children who don't want to learn require different teaching methods to those who do.

tl;dr: once children are 13 they need to shut the **** up and listen, if they won't then keeping them in the same class is just going to piss off everyone else.
#21 - tommythek (10/23/2013) [+] (2 replies)
My school was a lot different. I was at a public school where they had tons of programs and stuff to focus on those who couldn't keep up, but pretty much nothing for those who were ahead of the curve. I was able to get all A's without trying and didn't learn **** until I got to college.
User avatar #44 - waterlinx (10/23/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I'd also like to point out that with the "no child left behind" laws, students that really could excel are being held back, and students that need alternative learning methods aren't getting them. The United States' schooling system needs to be reworked...
User avatar #23 - snakefire (10/23/2013) [-]
More like the opposite...
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User avatar #116 - cmcdftw (10/23/2013) [+] (9 replies)
That's funny because I'm in IB and my classes barely have enough funding for books and my mother ,who is a special ed teacher, gets to have her whole class go on field trips 3 times a week to go bowling, out for lunch, or to a movie etc.
#133 to #116 - vegarob (10/23/2013) [-]
You're in IB too. Finally someone who knows my pain.
You're in IB too. Finally someone who knows my pain.
#107 - therealsupanova (10/23/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Are you joking, no child left behind made it so that people who are naturally more gifted are shackled to the pace of the least gifted, or stupidest if you don't care for political correctness. Its total ******** , if someone can achieve at a higher level then teach them at a higher level, that isn't to say disregard everyone else but there should be some division between the education provided to a 21st century Einstein vs a brain dead **** factory
User avatar #39 - zeroxnight (10/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Doesn't Maggie become voice of the generation?
#33 - pornoranger (10/23/2013) [-]
when i went to school it was the other way around
User avatar #30 - mrwalkerfour (10/23/2013) [-]
how can they say maggies not gifted? that hoe can use weaponry with marksmans skill, she can rescue people (homer) from dangerous situations, plus other stuff
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