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Smaller Class Sizes For Science

Tags: Education, superintendent


By Harrison, 17 in Pittsburgh, PA
Recorded at Pittsburgh Public Schools on October 23, 2015
Description:
Reducing the student-teacher ratio in science classes to provide opportunities for individualized learning and content mastery.



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