Smaller Classrooms for Big Results Emily Cave

Small classrooms are important because there is more directed teaching for students.

More directed teaching leads to higher test scores

As Students spend more time on difficult lessons, they will do better on the test.

Test scores slowly increase with individualized lesson plans.

Students can fully understand the information before taking the test

Students will be more succesful when they have directed teaching.

When Teachers have fewer students they are able to create more directed lessons.

Smaller Class allow for more activities which Enhance the Lesson plans.

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