(UNDATED) - Smaller class sizes don't necessarily lead to greater academic achievement.
Bill Stanczykiewicz, president and CEO of the Indiana Youth Institute, says demographics, including a student's race and socioeconomic status, may play a bigger role in determining academic gains.
The national research shows that smaller class sizes tend to have the largest positive impact on low income students, minority students, and students from those backgrounds who are boys.
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