Sixth-grade students at 14 schools in a Colorado district this year will take personality tests that measure social, structural, conceptual and analytical traits. Among the questions students will answer are how comfortable they are with multitasking and whether they consider how their actions affect others. Based on their answers, students will be issued a color-coded profile that indicates their preferred thinking style, and teachers will use that information to help them learn in school.

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