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

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

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