Young children feel pressure to achieve early

09/6/2006 | Newsweek

Some child-development experts worry that the academic pressures on children in kindergarten and first grade to read and learn math will lead to early burnout. Some parents and school boards are deliberately slowing down the pace to ensure youngsters not only pass tests but experience the joy of hands-on learning.

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