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Educational Options: Ability Grouping
||Ability Grouping - Westchester Institute for Human Services Research
||The Balanced View (Volume 6, Number 2, July 2002) provides information on the topic of ability grouping. The point is made about "high-achieving students maintain interest and incentive in homogeneous groups, but lanuish when grouped with slower learners."
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