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Students in high schools have different IQ levels some are smart some are average and some are weak In a mixed group of students the teacher has to teach in a manner which everybody is capable of understanding Unfortunately some students are left in the dark If the teacher starts teaching at the level of the weak students the smart students suffer Conversely if he teaches at a sophisticated level the weak students dont understand anything And sandwiched in between are the average students who lose on either side This defeats the whole purpose of education Streaming of students in high schools of Toronto is beneficial to all kinds of students and thus it should be increased Firstly streaming of students increases the level of competition between the bright students In a class which has a mixed group of students the smart student always comes first in the class He does not have enough motivation to improve himself He has to have self-motivation which is sometimes hard to find However if he is in a class of smart students he works hard because of the competition other students give him Moreover the competition between students is restricted not only to the students of the smart class but it also extends to other classes The students from other classes work hard in order to gain an entry into the ability class Thus the smart students face more competition and therefore have to work to their full potential to maintain their position in the class Apart from providing competition to smart students streaming of students is of great help to the weak students too When the weak students are grouped together they dont feel pressurized by the smart students Usually when a particular student does well in the class the teacher expects the same from the other students On the other hand in a class of an equalized
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