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Rv: Boletín: Recent studies look at the potential benefits of full-grade acceleration

Lima 4 de Agosto de 2017                                                                                                                                                                                  Señores Decanos Regionales del Colegio de Profesores del Perú.
Señores Directores, Profesores, Estudiantes,Padres de Familia de las Instituciones Educativas del Perú.
Estimados colegas y amigos.

Reciban mis atentos y cordiales saludos, así mismo les deseo que pasen un ¡FELIZ FIN DE SEMANA EN  EL PERÚ Y EN EL MUNDO! 
En la grata compañía de sus seres queridos y para acompañarlos con mucho entusiasmo les comparto la lectura del Boletín informativo que me envía la National Assocition for Gifted Children (NAGC), Asociación Nacional para Niños Dotados de USA.

El Boletín informativo de la NAGC  esta ves nos trae interesantes contenidos sobre: El Departamento de Educación de los Estados Unidos que ha emitido nuevos requisitos sobre las estrategias para el mejoramiento escolar, bajo la Ley de todos los sucesos de estudiantes que deben basarse en diversos niveles de evidencias.

El Departamento estableció  las reglas que se aplican al mejoramiento escolar y  porque el mito de la meritocracia daña a los Niños de color, como en Brighton Park es una comunidad predominantemente Latina en el lado suroeste de Chicago.

Este Boletín original esta escrito en el idioma Ingles, ustedes pueden leerlo totalmente, para informarse de la Educación en Estados Unidos y para los amigos que no leen en Ingles se los hemos traducido al idioma Castellano.

Estimados colegas y amigos en la parte inferior está el Boletín en Ingles, en la parte final esta traducido al Idioma Castellano.

La National Assocition for Gifted Children (NAGC), la Asociación Nacional para Dotados (NAGC) y la asociación del Estado de Carolina del Norte para Dotados y Talentosos(CNAGT) se comprometen a acoger La Convención NAGC 64 edición (NAGC1 7) en la Ciudad de Charlotte Estado de Carolina del Norte del 9 al 12 de Noviembre 2017, estamos trabajando juntos para albergar a la mayor cantidad de participantes, expertos y conferenciantes de todos los Estados Unidos y  países Latinoamericanos.

Finalmente les pido por favor reenviar a todos los Profesores y amigos de todas las redes sociales.
Con la admiración de siempre, me despido con un fraternal abrazo de tu amigo.
Manuel Rodríguez Rodríguez.
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