California could shrink class sizes at poor-performing schools

08/30/2006 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

California lawmakers could vote as early as today on a bill that would give about 500 of the state's very low-performing schools $2.9 billion to reduce class sizes in grades 4-12 over the next seven years and limit counselor loads. The deal stems from a lawsuit settlement Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger reached this spring with the California Teachers Association.

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