How Differentiated Instruction Misses the Point
by Eric Spears - January 11, 2013
Well-meant attempts to differentiate education are akin to prison reform; they are helpful for people stuck in prison, but the assumptions underlying the basic structure of prison are not addressed. To compassionately meet the needs of all children, we must do away with the idea of grade levels, not just work in different ways to mold children to pre-determined grade levels.
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