Va. district's board seeks to set its own class-size regulations

11/17/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The Prince William County, Va., school board is seeking the introduction of state legislation that would give the board more flexibility to avoid some state mandates, including one that sets class-size limits. The board called the mandates burdensome and contends it should be free to set its own student-teacher ratios, though one official said the intent is not to raise class sizes.

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