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I find the numbers that Jane Watt has provided quite strange. She says there will be nine teachers... for two grade levels. This means that the teachers will have to most likely do double duty instead of specializing in one subject area. Also a class size of 24 is simply not feasible for the low number of students they will have. Certainly these students will all be at different levels intellectually? Requiring more than just two different classes of science or math per grade level right? What about AP classes? And what will these teachers be doing when they are done with their three class periods? Idling in the teacher-lounge-portable?
Let's be realistic... There is no way this school will feasibly work and when there is a nearby High School with planty of empty seats as is it is just rediculous.
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