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relationship between physical and social maturation

If these assumptions are correct, they indicate a and the ability to learn. But
this relationship is obviously influenced by culture. If we placed a
fifteen-year-old son of a middle-class family in this society and a
fifteen-year-old son of a Phillippino stone-age family in a German
7 school, it is most likely that the son of the middle-class American
family would be more successful in this school because of the similarities
of German and American middle-class culture. Similarly, it Is well known
that Spanish-speaking children of middle-class Latin American families
who move to the United States are much more successful in Anglo schools
than are children from Chicano families living in American barrios. The
implication here is that learning in different cultural contexts is
somewhat dependent upon the similarities of the cultures (i.e., the
attitudinal and motivational norms of the cultures) involved. The
relevant questions for us in this essay may be posed as follows: (1)
what are the specific differences and similarities between the language
systems of the ghetto and of the larger society? (2) what are the
specific differences and similarities of the attitudinal and motivational norms of the ghetto and the larger society? (3) how do these
two kinds of differences and similarities interact and (4) what is
the resultant impact on the student from the ghetto in the community
college? These are questions upon which much more research and thinking
must be done.