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Class-Size Limits Lifted on Numerous Courses As Lawmakers Redefine Meaning of “Core”

| May 7, 2011

Foreign language classes, Advanced Placement courses, and certain social studies courses would be exempt from constitutionally required class-size limits, while caps in other classes could be exceeded by three to five students.

Hometown Democracy and Class-Size Amendments Spark Up Civic Association Forum

| September 10, 2010

The Flagler Palm Coast Civic Association’s forum featured contrasting views on ballot proposals that would affect class sizes, development laws, and two local taxes.

Pressing for Raises, Teachers’ Union Holding District Hostage Over Class-Size Compromise

| June 28, 2010

The union would approve a district plan to comply with class-size requirements in exchange for $2.4 million in raises.

Class-Size Limits: How Flagler Schools Are Scrambling to Fit in Costly Strait-Jacket

| June 3, 2010

The Flagler school district will spend upwards of $600,000 (to start) to comply with constitutionally required class-size reductions that have no appreciable effect on quality education.

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