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Protesting children with parents whose schools are facing the axe have been assured class sizes will not soar.<br />
Glasgow City Council's executive committee was expected to agree to consult on plans to close 13 primaries and 12 nurseries across the city this summer.<br />
Parents are furious at the move fearing their children will end up in classes, which are much larger. Now the detailed consultation documents on each proposed closure and merger.<br />
They will be posted on the council's website if a special meeting in late February backs the merger plans. <br />
The documents show the average size of classes in the merged schools will range from a minimum of 21 to a maximum of 27.<br />
Picture: Universal News And Sport (Scotland) 14 February 2009.
Protesting children with parents whose schools are facing the axe have been assured class sizes will not soar.
Glasgow City Council's executive committee was expected to agree to consult on plans to close 13 primaries and 12 nurseries across the city this summer.
Parents are furious at the move fearing their children will end up in classes, which are much larger. Now the detailed consultation documents on each proposed closure and merger.
They will be posted on the council's...
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