Politics & Government

October 13, 2013 12:00 AM

The not-so-simple path to reducing Washington state class sizes

First-grade classes at Lacey Elementary School average 18 1/2 students this year. Across town at Lydia Hawk Elementary, according to school district figures, first-grade classes are larger at 24 kids.

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