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More Tests in Shifting Classrooms

New York Times

"Grouping students by ability level in the classroom is back. 'Ability grouping and its close cousin, tracking, in which children take different classes based on their proficiency levels, fell out of favor in the late 1980s and the 1990s as critics charged that they perpetuated inequality by trapping poor and minority students in low-level groups,' Vivian Yee wrote in The Timesís Education section."

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