Teacher effectiveness matters more than class size

Calls for smaller classes are very common, and the mention of growing class sizes frequently sparks public concern over the implications for student learning.

Research demonstrates a weak relationship between smaller class sizes and improved academic performance.

The research also reveals that gains from smaller class sizes are dwarfed by gains from being taught by a more effective teacher.

Article Via: EDUNOMICS LAB @ Georgetown University, a portion listed above. For more, follow link.

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