• Psychology
  • Published 2017

Voices from the Classroom The Effect of Class Size on Teaching and Learning

@inproceedings{Moss2017VoicesFT,
  title={Voices from the Classroom The Effect of Class Size on Teaching and Learning},
  author={Carol Spackman Moss},
  year={2017}
}
In 1999, citizens in part of unincorporated Salt Lake County, Utah were forming the city of Holladay. As they were deciding the boundaries for the new city, they considered the tax revenues that various properties would bring to their city. They could include the Cottonwood Mall, a traditional anchored shopping mall, and/or Cottonwood Corporate Center, a large state-of-the-art, mid-rise office complex, which is a hotbed of high-tech companies located near upscale residential areas where… CONTINUE READING

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