Translation of tracking in Spanish:

tracking

Pronunciation: /ˈtrækɪŋ/

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  • 1.1 (AmE) [Educ] división del alumnado en grupos de acuerdo al nivel académico
    More example sentences
    • Conversely, they believe tracking can doom non-gifted pupils to low expectations and exclusion.
    • There was not a clear pattern of tracking and exclusion in vocational and academic courses along a White/non-White divide.
    • This type of tracking of students was bolstered by the single most important innovation in educational science during that era: intelligence testing.
    1.2 [Audio]precisión con que la púa sigue el surco

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