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Voices and Research for and Against Differentiation

Differentiating instruction seems to be a lauded idea, but the practical implementation has been up for debate—a lot of debate, from researchers, teachers, and gifted education advocates alike in the last several weeks. 

This collection of news, opinions, and information, produced by the Education Week Commentary team, shows just how divided educators are about the instructional practice.

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