Teachers in Texas cope with larger class sizes, fewer staff

03/16/2012 | TexasTribune.org (Austin)

More Texas schools this year are coping with larger class sizes and fewer teachers and staff brought on by a combination of growing enrollment and reduced budgets. Data show the number of elementary schools exceeding a 22-student gap has risen to 8,479 from 2,238 last year. Educators say the situation is causing challenges in planning and carrying out instruction, particularly when students are struggling or need extra attention.

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