Report: Students grouped by ability perform better

12/11/2009 | Washington Post, The

Student achievement increases when students are separated in school by ability, according to a new report from a Brookings Institute scholar. Tom Loveless found that Massachusetts middle schools that ended the grouping of students by ability -- known as tracking -- had fewer advanced math students than those that kept tracking systems.

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