Sun 17 August 2014, The Independent

Labour sounds alarm on sharp rise in infant class sizes under Coalition

By Richard Garner
There has been a dramatic rise in class sizes, with the number of five- to seven-year-olds taught in classes of more than 30 rise by 200 per cent in four years to 93,000, the official school census has shown.
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