The Transylvania Times -

Fund Or Halt Class Size Mandate


January 8, 2018

For the past year, school superintendents and school boards around the state have been concerned about the mandatory reduction of students per class in kindergarten through third grade.

The goal of having smaller classes in those first four grades is laudable. Smaller classes mean more attention and individualized instruction for each child. Numerous studies have shown that students who are able to read well at the end of the third grade are often successful in school, have good careers and live productive lives. Those who have poor reading skills at the end of the third grade are more l...

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