Freshman Rep. Millea on Proposal to Reduce Class Size, on LIVE
Thursday, January 03, 2019
Millea, a private practice attorney, represents District 16 in Cranston.
"I pre-filed a bill mandating - or at least requesting -- class sizes be reduced to twenty kids in [grades] K through 2," said Millea. "I think we should at least have a discussion on that. I think at that age kids need to be able to deal with their teachers, and teachers need to be able to deal with their children -- and having too many kids in the classroom is not going to do it."
"The biggest thing I've heard talking to my constituents really is the schooling issue," said Millea.
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