Monthly Archives: January 2016

Class size does make a difference – but 30 is not a magic number

Peter Blatchford.  Here we go again. The arguments over class size are with us once more. Now there are worries about ‘supersized classes’ for young children in school, the result of pressure on school places and the current fragmented state

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