Urban school tries heterogeneous grouping

06/10/2003 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The Boston Globe examines renowned Cambridge Rindge & Latin School's three-year experiment with heterogeneous grouping. The school says the move has yielded considerable benefits, but it has also presented new challenges, such as helping low-achieving students keep up with higher-achieving peers without losing their bearings.

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