Introducing an infinitely strong material but otherwise using physics, I guess it should be possible.But note that I'm not considering at all how you'd build something like this, just whether it would work .Most Americans assume that the low achievement of poor and minority children is bound up in the children themselves or their families. "The children don't try." "They have no place to study." "Their parents don't care." "Their culture does not value education." These and other excuses are regularly offered up to explain the achievement gap that separates poor and minority students from other young Americans. The fact is that we know how to educate poor and minority children of all kinds—racial, ethnic, and language—to high levels. Innovative second language education: Bilingual immersion programs. She thought that she just needed more time and English language exposure.Now that Kristina has had the benefit of collaborating with Special Education teachers who have experience working with ELLs, she believes it is likely that Samira had a learning disability that went undiagnosed because she and her colleagues had not received training in how to recognize and address special education needs for ELL students.The rights that may continue are those under the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).
There were no special supports available to him in his prior school, so his parents never thought to ask for them.That minority and low-income children often perform poorly on tests is well known. But the fact that they do so because we systematically expect less from them is not. Research in communication and instruction: Categorization and synthesis. Maybe somehow stopping their orbit and locking them in place with a ring like structure or a flexible moving bridge.I don't care if it requires a strong unearthly material I just want to know what and how it would work abiding by the known laws of Physics.