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Topic: class size/time of day over-rated
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Melvin Billik

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Re: class size/time of day over-rated
Posted: Oct 5, 1997 5:49 PM
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Ginny:
You are right; I should have defined my terms.
At my school, average class size is about 25-26. Contract limit is 30,
although sometimes we exceed that.
Mel




Ginny Langton (glangton@cts.com) wrote:
: Mbillik@cris.com (Melvin Billik) wrote:
:
: >Doug:
: >You are correct: I was not considering special ed. kids. In fact, I'm
: >talking about "regular" high school kids.
: >I have to disagree with you about class lists.
: >I don't care that much about class size (well, perhaps a little bit).
: >If I see 32 kids-- but great kids -- I'm happy.
:
: Oh, I do wish that you would say what you mean by large class! We
: have a cap this year on classes at 36! Last year I had an algebra
: class of 39 and a Math 8 class of 36. Both of those classes had great
: individual kids, but the chemistry in that group is weird!
:
: Ginny
:
:

--
Mel Billik in Michigan
Remember: if you can keep your head about you when all around you are in a
panic ... perhaps you don't totally understand the situation!



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