North Carolina governor pushes for smaller classes

06/28/2004 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

This week, North Carolina legislators hope to develop a compromise spending plan for the new fiscal year that continues a three-year push by the governor to reduce class sizes in the lower grades. Critics note that while Gov. Mike Easley's latest proposal to limit third grade classes to 18 students appeals to parents and teachers, they contend its $50 million cost isn't justified by research.

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