My classes averaged about 35 people, some books were as old as 20 years (Physics), while some were brand new. We (At least in Alberta) have standardized tests at the grade 9 and 12 levels. I was in a high school with about 1500 people, in a 50 year old building, that while I was there was being renovated. (Coincidentally, I worked for the construction company in my old high school the summer after I graduated.) My brother went to a different school, he had similar experience. The most standard tests I did, and in my mind the most pointless, was in grade 10 when I was in the AP program. I'm pretty sure it was the same test the kids down south were writing at the same time.
I have to add, some of the most awkward kids I have met, went to private schools. They are good at school, but that doesn't help them in the real world.
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Originally Posted by Painthappy
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Last edited by mtaylor; 06-20-2012 at 04:52 PM.