True or false? Children who attend school only intermittently (because of physical problems or because their parents live transient lives) typically have lower IQ scores than children who attend regularly.
This is a HW problem, I am suppose to argue this but am not finding anything that says it is not true. I for one do not believe it and there has been studies that homeschooled kids have high IQ scores than public school kids.
3. Children who drop out of school before finishing high school typically have lower IQ scores than other children who are comparable in age and socioeconomic status.
4. Although aptitude tests like IQ are supposed to be quite different from achievement test scores, a number of studies have shown high correlations between IQ scores and academic achievement test scores. Both seem to be highly influenced by quality and quantity of schooling.
the other two questions if you want to argue that too LOL.
sorry about the topic just needed to get you in here.