New York City schools unable to benefit from class-size caps

10/29/2003 | NYTimes.com

A seven-year-old law restricting California's K-3 classes to no more than 20 students has proved exceptionally popular with parents and teachers. In New York City, parent groups, the NAACP and the teachers union lost a court battle last week to place a class-size referendum before voters in the upcoming November election.

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