A good problem?
“Schools like to have a full house,” Mark Thomas said in an Aug. 15 article in The News Enterprise (HCS enrollment up, teachers needed).
“Large classes create some problems, but they are good problems to have,” he said.
These comments were made after an unexpected growth spurt in Hardin County Schools.
The increase in students forced classes to begin with an absurd student/teacher ratio, over-crowded classrooms, shifting and moving students, and combining classrooms.