Subtract teachers, add pupils: Math of today's jammed schools
from The New York Times
The recession may have ended, but many of the nation's school districts that laid off teachers and other employees to cut payrolls in leaner times have not yet replenished their ranks. Now, despite the recovery, many schools face unwieldy class sizes and a lack of specialists to help those students who struggle academically, are learning English as a second language or need extra emotional support.
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