Each core-curriculum area should consist of a continuum of progressive, developmental benchmarks through which each student must successfully pass in order to gain admittance to the next course of instruction.
Starting in kindergarten, in each individual core-curriculum area, students should be placed in instructional groups that are comprised of students who possess the same readiness set.
A student’s education placement in one core-curriculum area must be independent of placement in any other core-curriculum area.
Large percentages of entering college students are required to take remedial courses before progressing in their degree programs. Why shouldn’t public schools provide pre-K “remediation” for children who otherwise would be starting the race fifty or one-hundred yards behind their peers?
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