Jury still out on impact of class size on learning

02/11/2008 | SeattlePI.com

When parents shop for schools, many place small class sizes at the top of their wish-lists, yet opinions vary as to the actual effect. "Everybody would like to have a smaller number of students in a class," says Seattle superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson, "but really, the difference is about the quality of instruction in the classroom, not about the size."

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