Tracking patterns persist

Olson, Lynn
December 1996
Education Week;12/04/96, Vol. 16 Issue 14, p28
Reports that special programs designed to help low-achieving elementary students fail to return them to the educational mainstream according to two researchers from Johns Hopkins University. Findings of sociologists Karl L. Alexander and Doris R. Entwisle; Analysis on longitudinal data from their Beginning School Study; Comparison with other research.


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