How to End Streaming in Ontario Schools1 year ago 1 year ago
This report was published by Ontario 360.
HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:
Academic streaming describes the process of dividing students into differentiated groups based on their perceived academic ability and/or prior achievement. While streaming happens both formally and informally across grade levels, entrance into secondary school in Ontario marks a more institutional effort to align students to courses of a particular academic difficulty (i.e., academic, applied and essential). In this paper, Tianna Follwell and Sam Andrey show how streaming has harmful and disadvantageous consequences for both individual students and education systems more broadly.
Follwell, T., & Andrew, S. (2021). How to End Streaming in Ontario Schools. Ontario 360. https://on360.ca/policy-papers/how-to-end-streaming-in-ontario-schools/
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