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Small size classes not always better for students says Study

Smaller Class Sizes Not Always Better For Students: Study

The more, the merrier is the most favored phrase which never gets old. Everyone loves to be around the place which has the most numbers as it reflects better quality. This has been proven in a study that says the small size classes do not encourage students.

The study was done was Michigan State University (USA) which showed that the small size classes are not always better for students as they lack performance and achievements. The study went on to explain the reasons for small size classes vary throughout the globe with subjects, cognitive skills and years.

Although, the small size classes are highly recommended by parents and it is easier to maintain and monitor students as per the teachers. The study went on to distinguish between four europian countries and why they have small size classes and what makes them stand apart from each other.

The researchers think smaller class sizes may have had greater beneficial effects on pupils in Romania and Lithuania than in Hungary and Slovenia because schools in Romania and Lithuania were interested in non-cognitive skills rather than academic achievements.

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