Your IQ Doesn’t Matter & Other Lessons About Creativity From Children :: Articles :: 99U
by León De la Rosa Carrillo
From 1962 to 1967 researchers selected students with low-income and low-I.Q. parents at the Perry Preschool in Ypsilanti, Michigan and divided them into two groups. One group received a special high-quality education, while the control group used the school’s normal curriculum.