Douglas County schools pilot color-coded student personality tests

Some sixth graders in Douglas County are part of a pilot program designed to test them for their preferred way of thinking (not "learning style"?): social, structural, conceptual, or analytical. Teachers are then expected to craft lessons in response to the test results. What do you think: good idea, worth a try, or bad idea? (Kudos to +The Denver Post for checking with the National Education Policy Center at CU-Boulder. Even better would have been a response from someone in the learning sciences, but Kevin Welner's point is a good one.)