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In Chicago, separate high schools for students of differing achievement levels

A new analysis by WBEZ proves what a lot of people have charged: in Chicago’s school choice system, kids are being sorted into different high schools based on ability level. WBEZ's education reporter Linda Lutton looked at 26,000 test scores and found significant tracking-not within high schools, but between them. She stops by to discuss these findings. Photo: Flickr/utwebteam

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