High School Tracking Systems Argumentative Essay by The Research Group

High School Tracking Systems
Discusses the disadvantages of high school tracking systems.
# 72137 | 900 words | 4 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in English (Argument) , Education (General)

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This essay argues that the system of grouping student learners according to ability, interest, and pace of learning is significantly detrimental to a quality education for all learners and must be abolished.

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"High-school tracking streams allegedly group students according to interest and ability who learn at roughly the same pace. From statistics by researchers on students and teachers engaged in track systems to the personal experiences of teachers and students who have experienced track systems, track systems are a detriment to a quality education for all students. Track systems are typically flawed allocate scarce resources to students most in need and doom many students to failure in academics and employment. While tracking systems are designed to promote..."

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