Millburn school district releases a breakdown of class sizes at every grade levels for the last few years and next year's projection.
Millburn school district released a breakdown of class sizes at every grade levels for the last few years and next year's projection at Monday night's board of education meeting.
There are some tweaks to the guidelines of how many students should be in a class.
The Millburn School District has written class size guidelines for the first time under Schools Supt. James Crisfield, but there are concerns of expectations from school board members. The Millburn Board of Education reviewed the new set of class size guidelines during its meeting Monday night. The board won't vote on the guidelines since it's not a policy. Crisfield said the guidelines had been unwritten in the past, so he looked to put something on paper. The proposal, which was handed out to the public during Monday's meeting, has some changes to the current standard. The changes for elementary school are: Grade The sixth through 12th grade guideline currently stands at "shall generally not exceed 25" with some exceptions. The proposed …