In the Bay Area, bigger isn't necessarily better

08/26/2003 | San Francisco Chronicle

School districts in the San Francisco Bay area are creating schools within schools and cutting class sizes to improve the academic performance of minority and foreign-born students. Supporters of the small-school movement, which is growing nationwide, say students receive more personalized attention.

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