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It means they have to be prepared, since small classes depend on faculty and student interaction, as well as student-to-student interaction. It seems that the article is recommending identifying children who are capable of understanding instruction and dealing with the clinical implications of their diabetes.
I suspect that 'sound' here means nothing more than 'able', which is less than 'excellent'. Belfast, Ireland English-Ireland top end. The only reasonable way to understand the sentence, as it is written, is something like: Firstly, I should say that I think 'academically sound' seems a add choice of words to apply to an individual. I wouldn't expect an informal British use in a scientific paper.
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Whatever challenges you face or create! I agree that "excellent" is not the same.
Previous Thread Next Thread. UK English - England. WordReference Forums. Andygc , Jun 11, 2015. I found it hard to tell from the context.
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