Those that really need to read this article don't read this blog, but I am posting it anyway. We too often ignore our really bright kids because they are different, they would rather read a book then dribble a basketball!
"I didn't enjoy Sunday School, and the teachers certainly didn't enjoy
me. One day, the bishop called me into his office and, after explaining
to me how disruptive my comments could be to the teacher's lesson, he
asked me to stop correcting my Sunday School teacher's statements and
instead be supportive.
"How can I support incorrect statements?" I asked.
"Try saying nothing," he replied."
How many of these bright kids do we have to lose? The article is right on.
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