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Swiss High Schools admit only brightest 20%.  Average Students need not apply.

Average Students need not apply. Swiss High Schools admit only brightest 20%

80% of Swiss secondary Students do not qualify for Gymnasium (High School). Only the top 20% with highest IQ pass the stringent selection, testing and a half year High School trial period.  Swiss High Schools proudly restrict High School to those students considered a worthy investment for University study.

Swiss High School is specifically for those who plan to study at the University. Traditional Swiss education has three tracks. Elementary, intermediate, and college. The Swiss do not suffer from the idea that 80% of the population should be among the top 20%.

The Swiss don't follow the world wide trend to strive for 100% college gratuation rate. 

Switzerland has one of the best paid and highly qualified work forces in the world.

Differences between people of the same race do exist. And yes, there are huge differences between individuals of the same race.

People are not equal!!

See also ⇒ Within Race differences

 

But the ⇒Equality Dogma wreaks havoc even in racially homogenous countries and neighborhoods.  People are not equal, and education has not much influence on IQ and most personality traits.

See also:

Bad Students”—Unmentionable Cause Of The Great Achievement Gap

TAMPA BAY TIMES’ “Failing Schools” Pulitzer Based On A Lie. The Problem Is Bad (Black) Students

vs brainwashing unscientific articles that ignore IQ

Good School, Rich School; Bad School, Poor School

Schools

The tried and old school system has been destroyed world wide, by politically correct IQ denial.  Schools and colleges get dumbed down so low IQ children can waste their time, own and government money to get worthless University degrees instead of valuable vocational skills.


Reprinted with Permission


 

Swiss IQ researcher worries that 1/3 of High School students have IQ of under 112.5 and should be at the High School. Switzerland expects a return on the high investment of schooling students up to University Graduation. To say it very Un-PC:

Swiss Educational System Separates by Intelligence
 

SWISS PROUDLY RESTRICT HIGH SCHOOL TO TOP 20%,
(TOP 18% IN ZÜRICH)
KEEP DUMB STUDENTS OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE

Those 80% deemed unfit to successfully finish demanding Universities are steered towards “lesser” schools,  a 3-4 year apprenticeship (Berufslehre) and possibly professional colleges. Swiss salaries are among the highest in the world, and Swiss have a highly qualified work force.

1/3 of High School Students too Dumb for High School[German][English Translation]

“In Switzerland some kids in High School don’t belong there because they have only average Intelligence”, says IQ researcher Elsbeth Stern in the “Tages-Anzeiger”. She has tested the IQ at several high schools and calculated that many students do not reach the theoretical minimum IQ of 112.6.

More than a third of the students flunked the test. “You have to look carefully, who goes on the academic track,” says Stern.  “For he who seeks an academic career later, later will have problems.”


Swiss High School is specifically for those who plan to study at the University. Traditional Swiss education has three tracks. Elementary, intermediate, and college. The Swiss do not suffer from the idea that 80% of the population should be among the top 20%.

In Switzerland, only about 20 percent of children make it to high school. In Germany it is around 50 percent. According to the intelligence researcher, it is important that only those go to high school and later to the University, who can later give back maximum benefits to society. “It does not make sense, if a less intelligent person becomes physician and the more intelligent one a medical assistant.”

Therefore Stern argues for an IQ test – in addition to the regular entrance examination. “But not everywhere, but only in individual cases.” [source]

In the interest of society

Here she is generally not to exclude, but to targeted promotion.  “Some students have hidden potential,” says Stern.  This potential may not be detected, for instance because their German language skills are deficient due to a migration background.

Or a socially unskilled, or frustrated failing High IQ student. This is very laudable. Very un-PC. Nobody speaks of quotas for low IQ populations. Rather they want to find High IQ talent that remained undetected.

A better selection of Gymnasium (HS) students would be for the interests of society. “After all, society pays for the education.” [source]


THE SWISS EDUCATION SYSTEM | WIKIPEDIA

At the end of primary school (or at the beginning of secondary school), pupils are separated according to their capacities and career-intentions in several (often three) sections. Students who aspire to an academic career enter high schools (named “Gymnasium” or “Kantonsschule”) to be prepared for further studies and the matura (normally obtained after 12 or 13 years of school at the age of 18/19). Students intending to pursue a trade or vocation complete only three additional years before entering Vocational Educations which are regulated by federal law and are based on a cooperation of private business offering educational job-positions and public schools offering obligatory school-lessons complementary to the on the job-education. This so-called “dual system” splitting academic and vocational training has its continuation in the higher education system. While the academic training leads to the matura and free admission to Universities, successfully completed vocational education give access to third level of practical education, the Fachhochschule. In the science literacyassessment of PISA, 15-year-old students in Switzerland had the 16th highest average score of 57 countries.


Blick is a very popular newspaper, but the above summary is very concise.  A more reputable newspaper has a longer interview, as follows.

Children should learn what is within their possibilities.  And parents should not think that they control the intellectual development of their child and can shape it by exerting pressure.  Children should lead a self-determined life and do what is really important to them and what they are gifted in.  To optimally develop intelligence within their genetic talents, a child needs, above all, emotional security and verbal conversational attention.

Source: In Swiss High Schools are children who should not be there  (English)   [German Original]

No IQ tests for Zürich High School students
(because the admission tests give the same results as specific IQ tests)



What's Wrong With Vocational School? - WSJ

www.wsj.com/articles/SB116900815084478640

  1. Jan 17, 2007 - Today I turn to the upper half, people with IQs of 100 or higher. ... If you cannot handle the math, you cannot pass the courses. ... go to a four-year college -- enough people to absorb everyone down through an IQ of 104. ... They, too, need to learn to make a living -- and would do better in vocational training.

 

 

Down with the Four-Year College Degree! | Cato Unbound

https://www.cato-unbound.org/2008/.../down-four-year-college-degree

Oct 6, 2008 - I am not complaining that too many people are getting education after ... to achieve the goal, wait until they have spent a lot of time and money, ... Actual scores are reported in addition to pass/fail, so that employers ... Historically, an IQ of 115 or higher was deemed to make someone “prime college material.

 

 

Not smart enough for college — Joanne Jacobs

www.joannejacobs.com › College

Jan 17, 2007 - Colleges offer dumbed-down courses to accommodate the unswift and the ... Instead, I think he wants to remove the stigma from vocational ... I think Murray has some good points to make, but he keeps throwing in ... below average “g”intelligence over someone with a high IQ and low work ethic any day.

 

 

 

 

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