Georgia permits larger science classes in high schools

Responding to requests from school superintendents for more spending flexibility, the Georgia Board of Education voted 7-6 yesterday to raise maximum high school science class limits from 28 to 30 students. Critics of the change had argued that the larger classes could adversely affect the more hands-on approach to instruction incorporated in the new state science curriculum adopted last month.

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