Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Are Carroll's Classes over Crowded?

There were 120 unique course offereings in the school year 2005-06.

Using the Indiana Department of Education's data for 2005-06 school year I calculated the number of classes and their respective students. To read this first chart, there were 46 courses that offered only one class. There were 29 courses where there were enough students to fill two classes.



The next slide identifies how many classes had what number of students. There were 20 classes with less than 9.5 students. Now this may be a bit erroneous because I understand that Japanese V is combined with IV. There were 51 classes 10 to 15 students; 68 classes with 15 to 20 students; 187 classes with 20 to 25 students; 124 classes with a class size of 25 to 30. There were nine classes with over 30 students. These were Band and music.




The next slide identifies how many classes had what number of students. There were 20 classes with less than 9.5 students. Now this may be a bit erroneous because I understand that Japanese V is combined with IV. There were 51 classes 10 to 15 students; 68 classes with 15 to 20 students; 187 classes with 20 to 25 students; 124 classes with a class size of 25 to 30. There were nine classes with over 30 students. These were Band and music.

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