From left, River Bend Elementary kindergarten teacher Valerie Minervini leads her students in a morning counting song during their Sept. 15, 2016 school day. The General Assembly is considering legislation to ease the impact of new state-mandated class size reductions in kindergarten through third-grade classes.
From left, River Bend Elementary kindergarten teacher Valerie Minervini leads her students in a morning counting song during their Sept. 15, 2016 school day. The General Assembly is considering legislation to ease the impact of new state-mandated class size reductions in kindergarten through third-grade classes. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo
From left, River Bend Elementary kindergarten teacher Valerie Minervini leads her students in a morning counting song during their Sept. 15, 2016 school day. The General Assembly is considering legislation to ease the impact of new state-mandated class size reductions in kindergarten through third-grade classes. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo

NC lawmakers may give school calendar and class size flexibility

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