Editorial on K-3 Class Size Reduction
Original post made by Stacey, Amberwood/Wood Meadows, on Jun 19, 2009
"The question facing our leaders in Sacramento is not whether to reduce K-12 spending, but where to make the least damaging cuts.
That determination should be based on an objective assessment of the cost effectiveness, not necessarily the popularity, of school programs. Those that are costly but do not deliver proportional measurable benefits should be the ones to cut first."
"blanket class-size reduction was inefficient and wasteful and that it should be limited to disadvantaged and special-needs children."
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