Do special programs engage bright kids or stigmatize the untracked?

11/22/2004 |

Some academics believe that the trend in schools to foster cooperation over competition and cut gifted programs to focus on failing students is leaving high-achievers bored and unmotivated. Research is inconclusive as to whether lower-performing students become demoralized when they're left out of gifted programs and classes.

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