Translation of tracking in Spanish:

tracking

Pronunciation /ˈtrækɪŋ//ˈtrakɪŋ/

noun

  • 1US

    School
    división del alumnado en grupos de acuerdo al nivel académico
    • Academic tracking keeps the children of affluent parents, and their money, in the public school system, she said.
    • This type of tracking of students was bolstered by the single most important innovation in educational science during that era: intelligence testing.
    • She also cofounded a group to end academic tracking - which tends to steer Black students into lower-level classes - in local schools.
    • Conversely, they believe tracking can doom non-gifted pupils to low expectations and exclusion.
    • We have touched on the relevance of the findings for campus community and for ethnic tracking.
    • There was not a clear pattern of tracking and exclusion in vocational and academic courses along a White/non-White divide.
    • They take the same classes as other students; there is no tracking based on high school performance nor any option to take a reduced course load.
    • The testing does not provide useful information about individual children, and it leads to harmful tracking and labeling.
    • He did not approve of programs for the gifted, academic tracking, or even qualifying examinations.
    • They went on to examine the ugly realities that tracking brings.
    • That concluding prejudice was a condemnation of academic tracking, honors and ‘all other class divisions’ imposed on youth in school.
    • Continuing the process through the post-primary sector allows early intervention and tracking of pupils at risk of dropping out of the system.
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