Tracking is the practice of placing students in specific curriculum groups on the basis of their test scores and other criteria.

Definition Two:

Tracking can be defined as  grouping students in educational institutions based upon test scores predicting their abilities.

Making the necessary adjustments to follow a moving objects; often used of the eye movements of an infant or a patient with suspected brain damage is called tracking.

Webster Dictionary Meaning

1. tracking
- of Track
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