Streaming bright pupils 'increases inequality'

April 12, 2002

American educationist Adam Gamoran this week gave a public lecture at Edinburgh University warning that creating separate classes for high-achieving pupils risks exacerbating social inequality.

Professor Gamoran of the University of Wisconsin-Madison said that grouping pupils by academic ability had generally been shown to result in poor teaching for low achievers.

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