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7th grade math class discrimination or healthy competition?

So tell me, should a middle school math teacher seat children ranked, according to their grades, with the best in front and the worst in back?

 

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  1. Should be the opposite if ranking is used at all. The kids who love math are are doing the best will probably pay attention no matter where they sit in the classroom. Better yet, have the #1 kid sit with the #30 kid and do group projects where the kids grades are tied to the success of their combined achievement…that’s what life and the workplace are really like.

  2. American school are bad, bad, bad, bad….

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