Miami Beach city leaders have turned to Florida’s superintendents for help in trying to close loopholes in the state’s class size reduction rules. The City Commission recently sent district leaders a copy of its September resolution that asks lawmakers to reverse the “weakening” of the 2002 constitutional amendment that occurred. Those include examples such as a “schools of choice” provision that lets schools avoid classroom counts, and the removal of AP, dual enrollment and other advanced courses from the regulations.
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