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    This Kohn strongly condemns in choosing standards.
    What does he condemn? The standards themselves? The idea of standards? What?



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    . In my view all students should be educated equally. That is, I support Hirsch’s “Core Knowledge” i.e.; to educate students equally and maintaining standards correspondingly.

    In India, most of the private institutions divide students into two categories: high level and low level. Based on a test they divide students into these two categories. The high level students learn under the guidance of highly experienced professors. In this situation, the high level students learn more than the low level students. This is analogous to the phrase – “the rich gets richer and the poor gets poorer.”

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    And low level students cannot compete with high level students throughout their career.
    Low level students do not get as good an education as high level students and cannot get the same jobs that high level students can.
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    But the public institutions follow the “Core Knowledge” system.
    Describe the Core Knowledge system.

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    I agree with public institutions, because, all students can learn equally.
    All students are equal?




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    #14

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    How is the essay after changes? I mean grammar and organisation of the essay.

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    Many of the sentences need to be rewritten. (I have made some suggestions.) In fact, that is the point of my posts: to make you (the writer) aware of the problems and suggest some changes.

    After you write an essay you must read it. And you must read it with the eyes of someone who doesn't know what the what the writer's intentions are but only what the writer means to say by reading the words on the page. If I have questions they are the same questions any other reader might have if he or she is struggling to understand the material.

    Be kind to your readers. Strive for clarity.



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    The only problem facing teachers in the name of “Core Knowledge” is whether the students need to be challenged to difficult tasks or to be given easy.
    The only problem facing teachers in the name of “Core Knowledge” is whether the students need to be challenged by difficult taks or be given easy assignments.

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    Both can hurt student’s career because if students are given unchallenging tasks they may feel bored to learn.
    If a student is given tasks that are too easy he may become bored and lose interest.



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    #18

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    Now do a rewrite with my suggestions (and questions) in mind. (Because I haven't suggested any changes for any particular paragrah or any particular sentence that doesn't mean it doesn't need changing.)

    After you have finished making the necessary changes, post the revised essay on this thread.


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