The case for mixed-ability teaching

The question of whether pupils should be taught in mixed-ability groupings or set according to ability is one that no one in the UK education system seems to be able to agree on. The present government is certainly a supporter of ability grouping, but what do the children think? Sue Lyle investigates.

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