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Key lessons: Class Size and Student Achievement (page 2)

— Center for Public Education
Updated on Dec 16, 2008

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This document was prepared by Caliber Associates for the Center for Public Education. Caliber, an ICF company based in Fairfax, Va., specializes in social science research and evaluation.

Posted: July 25, 2005

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