Jane Gilewicz, a teacher's assistant at Poe Elementary School in Raleigh, works with Yasemire Brailsford (left) and Lesly Salinas Noyola in a K-1 class in 2014. The N.C. House voted to drop a mandate for smaller elementary school class sizes on Thursday.
Jane Gilewicz, a teacher's assistant at Poe Elementary School in Raleigh, works with Yasemire Brailsford (left) and Lesly Salinas Noyola in a K-1 class in 2014. The N.C. House voted to drop a mandate for smaller elementary school class sizes on Thursday. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Jane Gilewicz, a teacher's assistant at Poe Elementary School in Raleigh, works with Yasemire Brailsford (left) and Lesly Salinas Noyola in a K-1 class in 2014. The N.C. House voted to drop a mandate for smaller elementary school class sizes on Thursday. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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