Low-achieving students are less likely to be asked to engage in higher-order thinking or advanced coursework in reading, science and math, according to a report from the National Center for Education Statistics. Findings show, for example, that students who scored below basic reading levels were less likely to be asked to go beyond summarization to identify main themes or explain the motives of characters.
Report: Low-achieving students taught differently
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