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Gradebook podcast: Class size, financial literacy, school grades and more

Thirty-five students pack the rug for a lesson as co-teachers Ann Renee Evans and Cassandra Hinson, right, lead the way at Connerton Elementary in 2013. The two were assigned to teach as a team to comply with class size rules. A bill in the Legislature would relax those rules to give schools more flexibility in setting class sizes.

[BRENDAN FITTERER | Times]

Thirty-five students pack the rug for a lesson as co-teachers Ann Renee Evans and Cassandra Hinson, right, lead the way at Connerton Elementary in 2013. The two were assigned to teach as a team to comply with class size rules. A bill in the Legislature would relax those rules to give schools more flexibility in setting class sizes.

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Reporter Jeff Solochek and editor Tom Tobin discuss bills in the Legislature that would relax class size rules, add a required high school class on financial literacy and require the state to study why Florida's middle schools are lagging. Plus discussions on letter grades for schools, university salaries and more.

[Last modified: Friday, March 17, 2017 11:38am]

    

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