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-----"but the truth is often more complicated than a simple lack of ability."
I had many questions when I first happened upon that experiment. My questions were this:
1. Were some kids hungry and not feed properly before the experiment?
2. Were some kids dehydrated?
3. Were some kids sleepy?
4. Were some kids abused?
5. Were some kids on medications?
6. Were some kids punished with withholding food at home?
7. Were some kids poor with food insecurity?
8. Were some kids experiencing mental or physical maladies?
These were only a small sample of the questions I had about this experiment. I cannot believe the playing field was level on this one and that all the kids were healthy and in great shape and in the same place either physically, mentally, economically, etc.
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