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Smaller classes

CLASSES ARE getting smaller, says the provincial government.

More than 94 per cent of classes in B.C. have 30 or fewer students and 98 per cent of classes have 32 or fewer students. The number of classes with 30 or more students has dropped 61 per cent since 2005-06.

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