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Gaby: In school, children should be allowed fully to follow their own

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Gaby: In school, children should be allowed fully to follow their own interests, supported by experienced teachers who offer minimal guidance. This enables them to be most successful in their adult lives.

Logan: I disagree. Schoolchildren should acquire the fundamental knowledge necessary for future success, and they learn such fundamentals only through disciplined, systematic instruction from accredited teachers.

Gaby’s and Logan’s comments provide most support for the claim that they disagree about
(A) the way in which schoolchildren best acquire fundamental knowledge
(B) the extent to which teachers should direct schoolchildren’s education
(C) the importance of having qualified teachers involved in schoolchildren’s education
(D) the sort of school environment that most fosters children’s creativity
(E) the extent to which schoolchildren are interested in fundamental academic subjects

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New post 26 Feb 2019, 22:24
(A) the way in which schoolchildren best acquire fundamental knowledge
talks about fundamental knowledge, which is not the point of concern.
(B) the extent to which teachers should direct schoolchildren’s education
talks about teachers involvement which is discussed in the argument
(C) the importance of having qualified teachers involved in schoolchildren’s education
both agree on having qualified teachers
(D) the sort of school environment that most fosters children’s creativity
not explicitily mentioned
(E) the extent to which schoolchildren are interested in fundamental academic subjects
not talked about

Therefore, IMO option B is correct
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