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K-12 Class Size And Student Success Infographic

 
 

 

 

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Hertz Furniture is proud to present the Correlation Between K-12 Class Size And Student Success Infographic.  Are smaller classes more effective?  Does the age of the students make a difference in considering class size? Should the impact of class size be discounted in favor of focusing on Teacher Effectiveness?  Our infographic answers these and more questions. Have a look now!

 

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