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Flexible grouping and student learning in a high-needs school.
Gives the results of a five year study that used flexible groups to meet the needs of learners identified as having high-needs. Students ability to master skills increased as teachers usage of flexible groups increased.
Contributor: Castle, S., Deniz, C.B., & Tortora, M.
Date Published: February
Journal/Secondary Title: Education and Urban Society
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