LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 12, 2014: (L-R) Luis Natalio, 14, Alberto Garcia, 14, Ryan Flores, 14, and Milton Hernandez, 14, work together in their 9th grade advisory class at Los Angeles Big Picture High School. The school is a charter school in a downtown high-rise, where teachers use Downtown LA as their classrooms by incorporating the surrounding city into lessons and projects. (Photo By Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)

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How big are your classes? You tell us. (survey)

Welcome back to class! As you go about your first days back in school, we’re interested in hearing about your classes — especially if they’re big ones. Students, teachers and parents: Please share information about your class sizes with us, so that we can figure out the truth about this important question in the Los Angeles…
August 17, 2015
LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 12, 2014: (L-R) Luis Natalio, 14, Alberto Garcia, 14, Ryan Flores, 14, and Milton Hernandez, 14, work together in their 9th grade advisory class at Los Angeles Big Picture High School. The school is a charter school in a downtown high-rise, where teachers use Downtown LA as their classrooms by incorporating the surrounding city into lessons and projects. (Photo By Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)

Photo By Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times

Welcome back to class!

As you go about your first days back in school, we’re interested in hearing about your classes — especially if they’re big ones. Students, teachers and parents: Please share information about your class sizes with us, so that we can figure out the truth about this important question in the Los Angeles area. We may follow up with you for more information. Thank you!

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