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Reading comprehension -TOEFL- Lesson 50 (Đọc hiểu -TOEFL- Lesson 50)

Reading and answers the question:

Americans have in the past century assumed that their schools will be comprehensive, especially at the secondary, or high school, level. Stated another way, there has always been broad agreement in American society that public education will not follow a strictly defined 5 course of study, but instead will offer a variety of options from which students may choose.

Comprehensiveness has been a corollary of the American decision to educate the mass of the nation's children and youth, without systematically 10 winnowing out the academically less qualified. Providing education for such a heterogeneous group of students has necessarily involved taking account of various levels of intelligence, various career aspirations, various interests, and various levels of social experiences.
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Comprehensiveness in education has not implied fragmentation in the school's curriculum. Instead, it has affirmed that schools must provide options that reflect the diversity of interests and abilities of their students, while still concentrating on the fundamental learning skills."

1. What is the main topic of the passage?





2. What do most Americans think about public education?




3. How does comprehensivess compare with the way children are taught in the US?




4. What is not mentioned in the passage as being taken into account when providing education for a mixed group of students?




5. What has comprehensiveness done to American education?





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