Audit to look at Detroit teachers' time in the classroom

01/26/2010 | Detroit Free Press

Detroit school officials are planning an audit to determine if teachers are spending too much time on administrative duties and not enough time working with students. The study was prompted by complaints that principals have teachers performing administrative tasks during a time when budget cuts and other factors have caused classes to grow to as many as 50 students per class.

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