How should students be grouped for the best learning environments?

09/29/2010 | Education Week

Gifted-education specialist Tamara Fisher in this blog post argues against placing students in learning environments solely based on their age, a factor that may have little to do with their readiness or ability to learn. Schools should work to develop assessment systems that allow educators to best determine and address the abilities and needs of each student, Fisher writes.

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