This study is based on the hypothesis that children make greatest individual progress under a system of achievement grouping. Such a plan is not to be confused with ability grouping. When children are grouped according to their achievement, it is possible, and even likely, for a child of low average ability to be in the same group with children of great ability because he is achieving at a high rate.
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Teacher Education, Educational Leadership & Policy
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Miles V. Zentz
Ebinger, Gene Howard. "An Analysis of Heterogenous and Achievement Grouping Among an Experimental Group of Ninety Students in the Los Alamos, New Mexico, Schools." (1960). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/educ_teelp_etds/91