School Size doesn't equal better teaching ?

An interesting report was published last week, which is certain to stir things up in the debate around small schools. According to the report (linked above), there appears to be little difference between a school’s size and the quality of teaching. The Department of Education were quick to add that this report had nothing to do with the debate around the viability of small schools and Ruairi Quinn was quoted as saying that small schools would be a major feature in the education landscape.

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  1. I think school size does not matter that much, what matters most is the quality of education that the school and its representative can give to their students. 

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