Against Redshirting: Why It Pays to Be the Youngest Kid in Class

See on Scoop.itOpen Doors

The popular practice known as redshirting, or waiting to put children in school, doesn’t necessarily given them a head start.

Open Doors‘s insight:

An interesting article about how being the oldest or youngest in the class can affect a child’s learning – and not necessarily in the way you would think.

See on www.newyorker.com

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