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Terman, 1923:27–28) The belief that intelligence was a fixed and largely heritable characteristic that could be precisely measured and would indicate the most suitable school pathway and work future for individual pupils provided an added catalyst to special education traditions such as categorization, homogeneous grouping, segregation and the teaching of a watered down curriculum with limited academic content and job options. The isolation of some students into segregated classes effectively deprived them of the opportunity for social mobility at a time when there was increasing opportunity for higher paid jobs in the workforce.
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Finally it was abolished in 1962, when the state was financially prepared to open the gate wider and allow more of the goats to benefit from the richer pastures of secondary education. Not surprisingly, attention began to focus increasingly on notions of normalization to legitimate policy and action. Normalization procedures were applied to ‘retarded’ children later in Queensland than in the southern states (Wyeth, 1955:183). However, by 1923 psychological tests were being used to determine entry to ‘backward’ classes.