Does teaching low-performing and high-performing students together benefit the whole class?
Yes. Such classes foster a sense of unity and allow stronger students to inspire their lower-performing peers to improve.
21% (147 votes)
Somewhat. Students at the extreme ends of the achievement spectrum should receive individualized instruction.
33% (227 votes)
No. Mixed-ability classes are unfair to students who can do more rigorous work and may leave behind some struggling students.
43% (293 votes)
None of the above. (Comment below.)
2% (17 votes)
Total votes: 684