Educating the Highly Able

According to The Sutton Report, by the Centre for Education and Employment Research at the University of Buckingham, England’s teenagers are just over half as likely to reach the highest levels in maths in international tests as students from other developed nations. It advocates that highly able children should be identified in tests at the end of primary school, and their progress and performance tracked in published secondary school tables. Leadership Briefing issue 7.01(73)

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