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Plan's impact should be considered
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The Monroe School District is considering a curriculum program that would group high-schoolers by ability level in an effort to boost student performance in core subjects. As expected, red flags are already being raised. Under the proposal, eighth-graders would be tested in core subjects of math, science, social studies and English and placed in classes accordingly.