Ability grouping: How does the US compare to the rest of the world? | IN 60 SECONDS

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Critics say that the United States engages in ability grouping in an unhealthy, undemocratic way. Is there any truth to this claim? AEI’s Frederick M. Hess separates fact from fiction.

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