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October 27, 2013 at 4:00 AM

Roundtable: Can tracking ever work?

[do action=”guest-columns” piece1headline=”Joplin Plan shows promise for grouping students” piece1description=”Reading classes that separate students by ability, not grade level, allow for tailored instruction without stigmatizing students, writes Robert Slavin of the Center for Research and Reform in Education.” piece1commentsurl=”http://community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/reader_feedback/public/display.php?thread=920173″ piece1commentstext=”See comments (3)” piece2headline=” Let’s challenge all students instead of tracking by ability” piece2description=”Rationing our most demanding curricula is not the way to shrink our country’s achievement gap, argues National Education Policy Center Director Kevin Welner. ” piece2commentsurl=”http://community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/reader_feedback/public/display.php?thread=920208″ piece2commentstext=”See comments (10)” piece3headline=”Is blended learning the solution?” piece3description=”Drawing on her daughter’s own experiences with tracking in Seattle Public Schools, Alison Krupnick of ParentMap writes about how a combination of in-person and online instruction could enable students to rotate more fluidly through different groups.” piece3commentsurl=”http://community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/reader_feedback/public/display.php?thread=920210″ piece3commentstext=”See comments (0)”/]

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