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The Concept of ‘Looping’ in Schools: Quiz Yourself

By Marina Whiteleather — June 05, 2023 1 min read
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An emerging body of research suggests that “looping” can boost student achievement. Last year, we posted a LinkedIn poll asking teachers who have tried the practice to share their experiences, and 79% of the 1,200+ respondents noted positive results.

But what is looping and what are some of the pros and cons of the practice? Test your knowledge below by taking the quiz.

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