California plan for spending on smaller classes creates concern

02/13/2007 | San Diego Union-Tribune

A push to apply a $2.9 billion lawsuit settlement toward creating smaller classes in 500 low-performing California schools over the next seven years is stirring some controversy. The 500 schools will get additional funds per pupil, and schools that get the money will have to have average class sizes below a certain threshold, but not everyone agrees that this is the best use of the money.

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