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We now have a kindergarten arms race where school and state obsession with test scores, parental competition and anxiety and teacher preferences for older students have changed the very nature of a child's first year of elementary school.
By: Chad Brooks, BusinessNewsDaily Contributor
Published: 10/25/2012 06:42 AM EDT on BusinessNewsDaily
Parents who decide to hold summer babies ...
Families are holding back their sons at the age of five in order to increase their competitive advantage, following the line of thinking used to produce professional hockey players.
As private kindergartens prepare to send out acceptance letters this week, competitive parents are trying to game the system with so called red shirti...
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