Should New Zealand place students in classes based on ability?

05/2/2013 | Stuff (New Zealand)

University of Canterbury researcher Professor Garry Hornby is calling on schools to abandon the practice of placing students in classes based on their ability -- common across New Zealand's intermediate and secondary schools. Hornby has found that so-called "classroom streaming" leads many students in the lower-ability classes to give up.

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