Starting in the fall, Pierce Middle School will hit the brakes for good on accelerated level math and English classes in Grades 7 and 8.
The decision comes after a multi-year review of the long-held practice of placing students in classes based on high tested ability.
It also follows a one-year pause due to a lack of standardized test scores that the schools have relied on to make those placements.
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