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ADOPTED RESOLUTION RECOGNIZING LOCAL SUPERINTENDENTS IN IMPLEMENTING CLASS SIZE

WHEREAS, the Alabama State Board of Education acknowledges local superintendents and local boards of education for the outstanding progress made in meeting the State Board of Education Resolution of September 11, 1997, and as amended, to date, January 8, 1998, which supports the belief that small, manageable classes of students lead to improved instruction; and
 
WHEREAS, the Alabama State Board of Education believes that small, manageable classes are important in all grades, but especially in the early grades; and
 
WHEREAS, in 1998-99, eighty-nine school systems had placed all earned teachers at the appropriate elementary schools; and
 
WHEREAS, the Alabama State Board of Education realizes and appreciates the unique situations present in each school district especially involving special populations and classroom space; and
 
WHEREAS, the Alabama State Board of Education believes that with the management of the Capital Plan and Bond Issue, as shown by local superintendents and local boards of education, many of the problems associated with inadequate classrooms will be resolved:
 
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, The Alabama State Board of Education thanks the 89 local superintendents and local boards of education who have placed all earned teachers at the appropriate elementary schools, for the progress being made in the 1998-99 school year in implementing the class size resolution and in making preparations for utilizing the largest capital needs bond issue for K-12 in Alabama history.