|Small Classes Dramatically Increase Odds of Graduating, Says New Study|
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Description/Abstract: When children attend small classes of fewer than 20 pupils for three or more years in the early years of schooling (K-3), the probability that they will graduate from high school dramatically increases, especially for poor and minority children, according to an important new study published in the Journal of Educational Psychology.