It’s “deferred success.” Ah ha hahahahaha!
that’s amazingly stupid.
i mean… wow.
so the way to get kids to learn better is to not tell them when they did something wrong. brilliant. I thought we Americans were supposed to be the morons with no child left behind.
I can see the motivation, but there has to be a better way than simply changing the vocabulary. Kids will see right through it. “Deferred success… yeah, right… That’s a bunch of Bull*hit I *ucking failed.” — student. It’ll probably do more damage than if you simply used honest vocabulary.
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