A Real Education

Enyart, Scotty
April 2013
Ability;Apr/May2013, p42
The article offers the author's insights on the reality of education in California. He says that during his middle and high school years in Fresno, California, he was assessed thrice by different psychologists who emphasized the truth that he has poor quality visual memory. He mentions that his not good performance placed him in special education. He adds that he learned about indigenous communities and Aboriginal healing practices' struggles to overcome stereotypes places on their culture.


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