The main objective of this review is to evaluate current evidence on the effects of class size reduction on student academic achievement. The aim of this review is to uncover and synthesize relevant studies in the literature that measure the effects on academic achievement of class size reduction. Where possible, we will also investigate the extent to which the effects differ among different groups of students such as high/low performers, high/low income families or members of a minority/non-minority group and whether timing, intensity and duration has an impact on the magnitude of the effect.
Trine Filges, SFI
|Periode||01.01.2012 - 06.12.2016|