Schools increase the size of all classes for which willing, excellent in-person teachers are available, without reducing other class sizes. Over time, or immediately in new schools, one out of every four or more classes is eliminated, through attrition or other means, and pay is increased for remaining teachers. In some schools, accepting more students may allow immediate raises for excellent teachers with larger classes, paid for through existing per-pupil funds. Reach Effect: approximately 10%–40% more students reached with excellent teachers.
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