Deputy Superintendent Dr. Rick Holliday said the proposed class size bill will be a welcome change for New Hanover County. Holliday said the measure will give the school system more time to phase in changes to limit class sizes. WBTV reports that the newest version of the bill would delay the full implementation of the class size requirements until 2022. Holliday said that time gives them more flexibility to make changes. "Especially for first grade, which I believe was on…
SOURCE: WECT 6 Wilmington
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