Ireland considers raising class sizes

08/8/2011 | Independent.ie (Ireland)

Representatives of Ireland's teachers' unions say the government's plan to increase class sizes could result in the elimination of some courses, including honours maths and physics. Larger classes also mean teachers would have less time to spend with each student, the teachers warn. Government officials say they are working to cut costs, but they have not decided whether to increase class sizes.

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