Saturday, December 22, 2012

Duval faces highest penalty in state for low class-size compliance

Jacksonville Local News – and The Florida Times-Union
Duval County Public Schools faces the highest penalty in the state for failing to comply with class-size laws: $7.4 million.
Nearly one in five of classes were found to be over class-size caps.
However, Superintendent Nikolai Vitti said this week the appeal and review process should get the district's penalty down to about $1 million, if not less.
The county's charters schools also lead the state on its initial calculation of penalties, but four of five charter schools said the calculations were due to clerical errors. They have to pay their own penalties.
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