Six members of the Killeen Independent School District’s Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to allow the district to seek waivers from the state to exceed class size requirements in some elementary school classrooms.
At their regular meeting Tuesday night, the board, minus board member JoAnn Purser who was absent from the meeting, voted to accept the district’s recommendation to seek waivers for classrooms at 12 of its elementary schools where class size has exceeded the state-mandated ratio of 22 students per-teacher in grades kindergarten through fourth.
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