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A school system tailored to individual ability rather than age sounds good, but there's no evidence it works

By Rachel Wilson, Associate Professor in Education, University of Sydney
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The NSW curriculum review advocates for students to learn at their own pace. While this may work within a classroom, there is no research supporting the reform of a whole education system.

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