Ability Grouping and Student Achievement in Elementary Schools: A Best-Evidence Synthesis

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 40 describes the following: Title | Ability Grouping and Student Achievement in Elementary Schools: A Best-Evidence Synthesis Author | Slavin, R. E. Source | Review of Educational Research, 57 (3), 293-336 Year Published | 1987 Abstract Review of research of between-class and within-class ability grouping on the achievement of elementary students. The review technique--best-evidence synthesis--combines features of … [Read more...]

Achievement Effects of Ability Grouping in Secondary Schools: A Best-Evidence Synthesis

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 73 describes the following: Title | Achievement Effects of Ability Grouping in Secondary Schools: A Best-Evidence Synthesis Author | Slavin, R.E. Source | Review of Educational Research, 60(3), 471-499 Year Published | 1990 Abstract A "best evidence" review synthesis, which incorporates features of meta-analytic and traditional literature reviews, is used in this review of studies on the effects of ability grouping … [Read more...]

How Reading Outcomes of Students with Disabilities Are Related to Instructional Grouping Formats: A Meta-Analytic Review

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 15 describes the following: Title | How Reading Outcomes of Students with Disabilities Are Related to Instructional Grouping Formats: A Meta-Analytic Review Authors | Elbaum, B., Vaughn , S., Hughes, M.T. , Moody, S.W., & Schumm , J.S. Source | In R. Gersten, E.P. Schiller, & S. Vaughn (Eds.), Contemporary special education research: Syntheses of the knowledge base on critical instruction issues (pp.105-135). … [Read more...]

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