From the Daily Herald
by Billy Hesterman
“It is just common sense that fewer students in a classroom allow for more one-on-one time in a classroom,” Morgan said. “These little ones need help learning the very basics of reading and math if they are going to be successful throughout the rest of their school years.”
Senate President Michael Waddoups, R-Taylorsville, gave a strong endorsement to the bill. While many Republicans voted in favor of the bill but noted they still are deciding on their vote for final passage, Waddoups declared that he supports the plan because it is an issue that is important to his constituents.
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