The case for small class size in primary grades

The Tennessee General Assembly and State Department of Education recently released the data behind a long-term study that measured the effects of smaller class sizes in the primary grades.

The conclusion?

This research leaves no doubt that small classes have an advantage over larger classes in reading and math in early primary grades.

Read the report here.

Read the NY Times article about the research here.


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