I remember my son’s first day of kindergarten. It was 18 years ago, but I still can picture that circle of little faces around the big classroom table, with anxious parents hovering behind. And I remember my dismay upon realizing that even I, with no training, could pick out the kids in that circle who were going to struggle in school.
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