Better high schools for low achievers

“New York City’s lowest-achieving students are, on average, attending higher quality high schools than in years past, and graduating in higher numbers, concludes  High School Choice in New York City, a new report by the Research Alliance for NYC Schools. But it’s not clear whether the city’s policy of universal high school choice is responsible.

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  1. Florida resident says:

    Linda Gottfredson “Why g Matters: The Complexity of Everyday Life”, article of 1997:
    http://www.udel.edu/educ/gottfredson/reprints/1997whygmatters.pdf
    I urge the participants of the discussion to read it !

    • J.D. Salinger says:

      And I urge you to read “The Myth of Ability” by John Mighton, a PhD mathematician and playwright from Canada who might challenge your cherished notions about IQ.