Mo. teachers use ability groups to improve reading, math

Educators in a Missouri district have been trained to differentiate reading and math instruction by grouping students by ability and giving different lessons and tests based on students' individual academic levels. Educators say this system is better than "teaching to the middle" because it helps struggling students catch up and prevents advanced students from getting bored.

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