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redshirting

redshirting
 v.— «Under the guise of individual differences, meeting individual needs, continuous progress, humanistic education, and now kindergarten redshirting, we have sought to justify shortchanging the children of poor and minorities in American schools.» —“Can We Make Schools Effective for Minority Students?” by Wilbur B. Brookover Journal of Negro Education Summer, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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