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Boy diagnosed ADD on track to win Nobel Prize
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Boy diagnosed ADD on track to win Nobel Prize
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They said he would never learn, now he’ll teach them a thing or two…

Schools put genius child in special ed, tell mom he can’t learn. Now he’s free, and he’s on track to win a Nobel Prize.

A genius boy whose IQ is higher than Albert Einstein is on his way to possibly winning a Nobel Prize after being set free of special education programs in public schools. His mother made the decision to take him out of the programs, even after having doctors diagnose him with ADD and say that her son Jacob Barnett would never even learn to tie his shoes. She describes in her book “The Spark: A Mother’s Story of Nurturing Genius” that she was afraid of trying to pull him out of school. “For a parent, it’s terrifying to fly against the advice of the professionals. But I knew in my heart that if Jake stayed in special ed, he would slip away.”

Jacob was not thriving in special ed classes. He kept turning deeper into himself and was uncommunicative with other people. His doctors diagnosed ADD and prescribed medical treatment for the boy. When he wasn’t in therapy though, his mother noticed him doing amazing things. “He would create maps all over our floor using Q-tips. They would be maps of places we’ve visited and he would memorize every street.”

Read more: http://thelibertarianrepublic.com/school...bel-prize/



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The nobel prize lose all it's prestige when they gave one to Obama.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-29-2013 03:58 AM)
The nobel prize lose all it's prestige when they gave one to Obama.

Goodpost1

I was going to post exactly this.... Didn't Al gore get one too?

The Nobel prize is now just a fan club for the elites.. a shallow husk of what it once stood for.
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Dr. Who  Wrote: (08-29-2013 03:55 AM)
They said he would never learn, now he’ll teach them a thing or two…

Schools put genius child in special ed, tell mom he can’t learn. Now he’s free, and he’s on track to win a Nobel Prize.

A genius boy whose IQ is higher than Albert Einstein is on his way to possibly winning a Nobel Prize after being set free of special education programs in public schools. His mother made the decision to take him out of the programs, even after having doctors diagnose him with ADD and say that her son Jacob Barnett would never even learn to tie his shoes. She describes in her book “The Spark: A Mother’s Story of Nurturing Genius” that she was afraid of trying to pull him out of school. “For a parent, it’s terrifying to fly against the advice of the professionals. But I knew in my heart that if Jake stayed in special ed, he would slip away.”

Jacob was not thriving in special ed classes. He kept turning deeper into himself and was uncommunicative with other people. His doctors diagnosed ADD and prescribed medical treatment for the boy. When he wasn’t in therapy though, his mother noticed him doing amazing things. “He would create maps all over our floor using Q-tips. They would be maps of places we’ve visited and he would memorize every street.”

Read more: http://thelibertarianrepublic.com/school...bel-prize/

Just adds more to the theory it's a stigma to isolate and mistreat intelligent children early on so they don't pose a threat to the state.

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Would be really nice to get rid of some of the OCD here.
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Smfjsraq "Dat belongs to me - I be need'n my second prize"
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Dr. Who  Wrote: (08-29-2013 03:55 AM)
They said he would never learn, now he’ll teach them a thing or two…

Schools put genius child in special ed, tell mom he can’t learn. Now he’s free, and he’s on track to win a Nobel Prize.

A genius boy whose IQ is higher than Albert Einstein is on his way to possibly winning a Nobel Prize after being set free of special education programs in public schools. His mother made the decision to take him out of the programs, even after having doctors diagnose him with ADD and say that her son Jacob Barnett would never even learn to tie his shoes. She describes in her book “The Spark: A Mother’s Story of Nurturing Genius” that she was afraid of trying to pull him out of school. “For a parent, it’s terrifying to fly against the advice of the professionals. But I knew in my heart that if Jake stayed in special ed, he would slip away.”

Jacob was not thriving in special ed classes. He kept turning deeper into himself and was uncommunicative with other people. His doctors diagnosed ADD and prescribed medical treatment for the boy. When he wasn’t in therapy though, his mother noticed him doing amazing things. “He would create maps all over our floor using Q-tips. They would be maps of places we’ve visited and he would memorize every street.”

Read more: http://thelibertarianrepublic.com/school...bel-prize/




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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-29-2013 03:58 AM)
The nobel prize lose all it's prestige when they gave one to Obama.

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This is textbook autism by the way. I couldn't say if there's ADHD too, but the symptoms described do not sound like it to me. Kids with ADHD do not typically have learning disabilities or social issues to the degree that requires special education.

Having both ADHD and Autism myself, the parents are in f*cking denial not to see what is happening here.

If they are smart they will keep him on stimulants, because having both ADHD and Autism requires it to be productive. When your mind basically remembers everything that you find stimulating and you insist on being stimulated at all times, these people have to stay focused and their obsessions must be indulged.

God help them if they think they can control where he directs his energy or try to be authoritative with him. That isn't going to end well.

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I can see it now: "I would like to thank the committee for this h...squirrel!!!"

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Joshua Flynn  Wrote: (08-29-2013 04:33 PM)
Just adds more to the theory it's a stigma to isolate and mistreat intelligent children early on so they don't pose a threat to the state.

+1
right down to the special (re-)education program (mental solitary confinement). just another prison system - different complex, same slave system. this one with obvious designs for the imprisonment of mind - the body however follows suit.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-29-2013 03:58 AM)
The nobel prize lose all it's prestige when they gave one to Obama.

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Adveser  Wrote: (08-29-2013 05:07 PM)
This is textbook autism by the way. I couldn't say if there's ADHD too, but the symptoms described do not sound like it to me. Kids with ADHD do not typically have learning disabilities or social issues to the degree that requires special education.

Having both ADHD and Autism myself, the parents are in f*cking denial not to see what is happening here.

If they are smart they will keep him on stimulants, because having both ADHD and Autism requires it to be productive. When your mind basically remembers everything that you find stimulating and you insist on being stimulated at all times, these people have to stay focused and their obsessions must be indulged.

God help them if they think they can control where he directs his energy or try to be authoritative with him. That isn't going to end well.
Yes textbook, but if he can thrive without mind doling drugs all the better. Not all autistic minds can keep up with the volume of input, hence the problem minds can't filter, organize and file fast enough, but for the few that can keep pace, autism can be a benefit. The stimulates just speed up the part of the mind dealing with need to make order of incoming data, drugging it to just allow unprocessed input to missed. Tissue
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-29-2013 04:42 PM)
Smfjsraq "Dat belongs to me - I be need'n my second prize"

' YEAH, MR. President, you deserve TWO MORE, one for Libya and one for the mess you are gonna make in Syria" ---"I deserved one for Iraq and one for Afghanistan, but they did not like the desider"
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