On I.Q. tests taken at 54 months, the foster children scored an average of 81, compared to 73 among the children who continued in an institution. The children who moved into foster care at the youngest ages tended to show the most improvement, the researchers found.It appears that the low IQ kids are gypsies that no one wants to adopt.
The comparison group of youngsters who grew up in their biological families had an average I.Q. of 109 at the same age, found the researchers, who announced their preliminary findings as soon in Romania as they were known.
Saturday, December 22, 2007
Low IQ kids do not get adopted
Steve Sailer analyzes a NY Times story about how Romanian orphanage kids have low IQ. He quotes: