Frequent moves can hurt students

A South Dakota middle school where more than half of students transfer in after the beginning of the school year has launched new ways to ensure students can catch up. "...[S]tudents may miss important content being taught if curricula [between schools] aren't aligned or concepts are taught in different ways," said David Kerbow, a University of Chicago researcher.

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