unstreamed

unstreamed

(ʌnˈstriːmd)
adj
(Education) education Brit (of children) not divided into groups or streams according to ability
Translations

unstreamed

adj (Brit Sch) → nicht in Leistungsgruppen eingeteilt
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Indeed the allure of the formally unstreamed and continuous sequence of secondary education, in which promotion is largely automatic, is likely to conceal major inequalities in access and achievement, linked to a hierarchy of subject options, well-developed organisational and teaching strategies, and a differentiated school system with `fortified' and `exposed' sites (Teese, 2000).
They have significantly lower level of achievement compared with their top-streamed peers in the US and also their unstreamed peers in Australia.