Insight into retention.
Jess Olonoff (jolonoff@GATE.NET)
Fri, 15 Dec 1995 14:55:04 -0500
Here's a little anecdote that may shed some light on how a smart 11
year old looks at life.
>From the AP:
Michael Kearney is 11 years old, and has a "300-plus" IQ. He has already
graduated from college, and is now pursuing an advanced degree at Middle
Tennessee State University.
A kid this smart must have some plans for the future. "He could be Mozart,
Einstein. We have no idea," says his father, Kevin, who educated Michael
at home. "Right now he wants to be a game show host." (AP)
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