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no idea if that's a typo or if "red-shirt" has some esoteric boomer meaning I'm missing here.--IMTRD I first heard about this practice several years ago, in a news report about mothers in TX holding their sons back a year, in hopes of giving the boy a leg up on his peers in athletic competitions down the road. (The term is borrowed from collegiate sports, where athletes will practice with the team for the first year, but sit out competition while they get bigger, stronger, and more competitive.) It's a widespread thing all over the country.It's no-sarcasm a driver in inequality because you have working-class parents who put their 5yos in kindergarten and upper-class parents who hold them back and wait until age 6.
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