*that they dismiss the need to*

__reaching proficiency__*. There is quite a difference between the two and it makes*

__reach potential__**the difference in the world to my children (and yours).**

*all*
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## Aristotle

**It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it**.

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Meandering mutterings and musings about math by a concerned Connecticut parent.

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Most of the time, we can expect to fall short of our goals in life. So you are absolutely right, the higher you aim, the better you'll do. If you shoot for the bare minimum, you can expect to fail most of the time.

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