Streaming in schools ‘can break down racial barrier’


STREAMING could help, rather than hinder, racial mixing in schools, by keeping students of different abilities in the same schools. 

Giving his take on a policy that has been cited as an obstacle to racial integration, Acting Education Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said that the situation could be worse if there were no streaming. 

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