No More Tracking

Interesting take on the achievement gap:

Correia Middle School decides to eliminate tracking, thus blending students of similar ability, and now classes are now “more integrated in economic status and color.”  It seems to have worked for Correia….what prevents others from doing the same?  Thoughts?

Dawn
dawn@learnersedgeinc.com

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