Typical achievement tests, far from class-neutral, show evidence of bias against working class individuals. When tests and measures are changed to include group work, working class individuals outperform their middle and upper class counterparts.

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What is working class, exactly? I go to work every day, so am I working class?


Are classes going to require more pointless, time-sucking group work so we can uplift the children of the working class?


Seems like when two people have greater gaps in education, its more likely what they both DO know wont overlap and they can get better results than working alone. I’d like to know if two middle class people do worse in groups on average, or just not as improved relatively.


Hypothesis – When you work in a job like working class kids do you learn to communicate verbally better than kids who are watching tik tok videos.


Wait…. ceos don’t work 937% harder?