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The Student Grouping Study: investigating the effects of setting and mixed attainment grouping


Hodgen, J;

Taylor, R;

Anders, J;

Tereshchenko, A;

Francis, R;

(2019)

The Student Grouping Study: investigating the effects of setting and mixed attainment grouping.

Education Endowment Foundation: London, UK.

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Abstract

The study uses a matched design in a natural context, to explore the difference in student
outcomes of two approaches to grouping students: grouping by ability (or setting), and mixed
attainment grouping. As such, the research team will not be delivering an ‘intervention’, but
will be measuring the outcomes of grouping practices already in use in recruited schools. Our
description of the practices being compared follows the TIDieR1 framework

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