The number of elementary school classes in the Killeen Independent School District that exceed state class-size ratios appear to be shrinking, according to data from the district.
A presentation given to the district’s board of trustees earlier this month showed that roughly 50 percent of the classes initially above that ratio — 22 students to one teacher — have declined since the beginning of the school year.
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