Mixed research muddies debate over larger class sizes

05/3/2008 | San Diego Union-Tribune

As California schools consider eliminating positions to meet state budget cuts, many may face significantly increased class sizes. Research on the effectiveness of small classes is mixed, but some elementary educators say larger classes may inhibit critical one-on-one instruction with their students.

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