Kelly McKerrow, a former elementary school principal who is now a associate professor in the Department of Educational Administration and Higher education at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale wrote this article in hopes that she could show how much of a detrimental impact that the traditional conceptions of intelligence, based on IQ testing have on minorities and women in today's society. Although she does agree that the research on Intelligence testing has been very rich, it is very negative towards minorities and all women, and that too much of this research is based on statistical evidence related to the bell curve.
What McKerrow believes to be the first problem is the fact that researchers thought that the IQ tests could measure every aspect of intelligence.
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