A Tennessee high school is separating students at lunch time based on grades.
It's part of a statewide pilot program. Kids with better grades eat together, while kids with lower grades start lunch late. Instead they go to the auditorium for a learning lab.
What do you think about this? Does splitting up kids at lunch based on grades make sense? Is this a form of segregation?
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