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Throw in a language barrier, and maxed-out teachers are going to sink under the pressure — as are your kids. If you want your child to succeed, or you are just worried about them keeping up, then you need to take matters into your own hands. Whether your babies are 50 or five years old, it’s never too late to help them to read and write.My own mum got some extra tuition in her 60s and it helped her joy of reading and poetry-writing immensely.I have no A-Levels and am now studied for A-Level, it's all rhubarb." Many of the original great thinkers, like Albert Einstein (who was dyslexic), Charles Darwin and Isaac Newton dropped out of school.One of the greatest directors, Steven Spielberg, and two of the world's greatest writers, Stephen King and WB Yeats, did the same.In my naivety, I thought all kids could read these days. Education has improved since my mother’s era and while it has continued to improve since my days in school, it hasn’t come as far as it should have. In 2017, we’re all aware that all kids don’t learn in the same way, aren’t we? Sadly, all kids are still squeezed into the same curriculum.Unless you’ve got a child with severe learning disabilities, or loads of money to pay for extra tuition, children with mild conditions of autism, dyslexia and numerous other issues fall behind in school. I’ve said it before: we can only expect so much from the educational system.I’m not the biggest fan of surveys, but this indicates to me that a huge amount of our community cannot read properly.
Repetition and practice is what we all need when learning. In conversation with Chrissie Russell I found out about Sanj's embezzlement about two and a half weeks before he took the boys [the stay-at-home dad had run up mounting gambling debts and embezzled €56,000 from a local community...
So don’t feel any shame in asking for support and guidance.
Get them reading the signs at the zoo and get them to do it out loud.
Come this time of year, when the Leaving and Junior Cert students are in the throes of exam hell and their parents are slipping whiskey into their coffees to get them through the tantrums that they must ignore, successful celebs feel obliged to share how much of a f**k-up they were at school - it's their way of giving back. Now he's an engineer in Microsoft and I am the owner." Bill isn't, of course, suggesting that students should actively try and flunk their exams (as if) - but he is definitely highlighting that exam results are not a deciding factor in whether you succeed in life or business.
Many rich and powerful people don't have a school or college education.Most grown-ups can identify with being too busy to read.