Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Faced with a variety of funding pressures, school officials have sought evidence that smaller classes and a lower pupil-teacher ratio are as essential to the quality of education as educators have maintained. Responding to budgetary concerns, administrators, boards, consultants, and business managers have posed the alternative of increasing class sizes as a means of lessening the drain on financial resources. Obviously, school officials must utilize available funding to provide the greatest benefit to most people.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
James E. Albrecht
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©1985 John P. Hornug
Hornug, John P., "Class size and its implications for academic achievement" (1985). Graduate Research Papers. 2579.