Grouping same skill – set students will help better performance

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The teachers will focus on making the students learn better along with their peers

Washington D.C.: A new study says that, to help academically talented students, schools should use both ability grouping and acceleration.

This study has been reported by Northwestern University, which examined a century of research looking at the controversial subject.Ability grouping places students of similar skills and abilities in the same classes. Acceleration, most commonly known as grade skipping, subject acceleration or early admission into kindergarten or college, gives students the chance to access opportunities earlier or progress more rapidly.

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