Educator: Mixed-age classrooms boost achievement

07/1/2009 | Times Union (Albany, N.Y.)

The head of a New York Montessori school says that including children of various ages in the same classroom can be an important part of student achievement. "In a well-functioning multi-age classroom, children learn from each other," Susan Kambrich writes in an Albany Times Union op-ed piece. "They have the opportunity to teach others, building self-esteem and learning concepts to better themselves."

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