Class size remains a hot-button issue

02/21/2009 | NYTimes.com

Announcements surrounding class size in New York and California are once again fueling debate, but some officials say that slight increases might not hurt education quality. A Tennessee study from the 1980s showed that smaller class sizes were especially beneficial to younger students, but some recent data suggest it is unclear whether class size is directly related to student achievement.

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