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Ann Arbor schools coping with standing-room-only classes, smaller staff

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  • J Wedes
    If there are more than 28 students in first or second grade, a teacher has the option of accepting $300 per student per semester in their paycheck, or
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 11, 2013

      'If there are more than 28 students in first or second grade, a teacher has the option of accepting $300 per student per semester in their paycheck, or requesting a teaching assistant in the classroom. That threshold for grades 3 through 8 is 30 students in a classroom.

      In the high school, if there are more than 32 students in a classroom a teacher has the option of getting $60 per student per semester in their paycheck or requesting help with grading.'

      http://www.annarbor.com/news/education/ann-arbor-schools-coping-with-smaller-staff-larger-class-sizes/

      Saddened to hear this about the town of my alma mater...

      -justin


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      Justin Wedes
      Educator & Activist
      Co-principal, Paul Robeson Freedom School

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