Consequences may change for failing to meet class size requirements
| Feb 21, 2011
Lawmakers are considering changing the way they punish school districts that fail to meet class-size requirements in Florida.
The state Senate Education Appropriations Committee is contemplating a bill that would alter some class-size requirements, imposing them on fewer classroom subjects, for instance, and giving districts more flexibility on exceeding the limits after an annual count in October. To learn more, read the full article by Elaine Silvestrini at the MSNBC website.