Houston Chronicle | Age Separation in Schools | Mysa School
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Houston Chronicle ~ Schools Should Not Separate Students by Age

Sep 04 Houston Chronicle ~ Schools Should Not Separate Students by Age

In the real world, adults work with peers and colleagues across different age groups. Schools today continue to group children according to their age – based on the way schools we restructured during the industrial revolution (like factories).  Today we know that each student learns at a different rate in different subjects. One of the many unique facets of MYSA School is that students are not rigidly grouped according to their age but rather by what they need to know. In this article, by the Houston Chronicle,  Siri – our Head of School discusses some of the reasons why mixed-age groups benefit students in all learning environments.