Transferring students crowd classrooms at NYC's better schools

09/10/2003 | NYTimes.com

Although the average class size for New York state sixth graders in 2002 was 23 students, class sizes at one New York City middle school may soon climb to 40 with the arrival of students from lower-performing schools. Peter Kerr, an official with the city's education department, said the school system would assign extra teachers to limit class size to 34 students.

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