S.C. state board opposes lifting class-size caps

10/10/2013 | State (Columbia, S.C.), The

The South Carolina State Board of Education has expressed its opposition to a State Department of Education plan to lift limits on K-12 class sizes. State schools Superintendent Mick Zais supports the plan, saying it would give districts flexibility in hiring. State lawmakers have suspended the rules every year since 2009. Board members, however, voiced doubts that lifting the cap would benefit students.

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