High schools in Vermont may drop tracking, a practice of separating students into classes by achievement and ability. Opponents say honors courses and other accelerated classes should be eliminated because separation by ability penalizes students who are struggling. Supporters of tracking say eliminating such courses would reduce rigor for students preparing for college.
Should students be separated by achievement, ability?
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