The Other Crisis in American Education
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|Singal (Atlantic Monthly)|
|A look at potentially high achievers whose SAT scores have fallen, and who "read less, understand less of what they read, and know less han the top students of a generation ago." Includes statements like "schools that had 'severely declining test scores' had 'moved determinedly toward heterogeneous grouping' ... while the 'schools who have maintained good SAT scores' tended 'to prefer homogeneous grouping.'|
|Math Ed Topics:||Assessment/Testing, Tracking/Ability Grouping|
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