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When compared to their counterparts in K-8 schools, students who leave elementary schools to attend standalone middle schools have an achievement drop-off in both reading and match.
Even students who transfer from a K-5 to a K-8 school benefit academically during middle school, registering higher math and reading scores by 8th grade.
Middle school students in K-8 schools have higher levels of self-esteem than those attending grades 6 to 8 schools, potentially due to leadership opportunities.