Class Size Counts is a community group advocating for class sizes that allow every child to thrive throughout their years in Fairfax County public schools.
We believe that overly-large classes diminish children’s educational experiences and
that every student deserves to be in a learning environment that is engaging, challenging and safe.
We are committed to ensuring that Fairfax County teachers are allowed to spend more time teaching and less time having to manage problems that arise as a result of overcrowded classrooms.
We advocate for smaller class sizes in schools throughout the county by sharing information and lobbying at both the local and state level.
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS Jan 2018 ~ Timely Matters
The 2018 VA General Assembly has 2 bills being considered to reduce elementary class sizes and to reduce science classes with labs. Get involved. Talk to your state representative about House Bill 1380 and House Bill 168.
July 2017 article in The Washington Post predicts class size increases and its negative effects to continue to impact FCPS.
Contact CSC via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Request to be added to the CSC Newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest developments on class size matters.