School finds special classes for held-back students effective

06/25/2008 | NYTimes.com

More districts are failing elementary students, hoping to offer them another chance to become literate. Some educators and parents fear programs that segregate held-back students in special classrooms may stigmatize children, but one New York school that used such classes brought close to 80% of held-back students up to grade level.

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