Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Students may do better when their teachers have lighter loads

The overall number of students assigned per teacher may have a direct bearing on student proficiency levels, says UCLA management professor and author William G. Ouchi. Total student loads per teacher, or TSL, "may be the single most important fact to know about a school, particularly a middle school or high school," he writes in a new book to be published next year. The Washington Post

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