Education

February 5, 2014 12:00 AM

Sacramento area school districts resist push for smaller class sizes

Gov. Jerry Brown’s new school funding plan promises smaller class sizes, but that is more dream than reality at some California districts. Even if teachers want smaller class sizes, districts such as Sacramento City Unified School District say they can’t afford them.

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