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Our basic writing class is limited to 20, but my own recommendation is 
that it should be 15 in order to give the kind of help they really need.

Lois Martin
Director, Academic Support Center
Goshen College
Goshen, IN

Joanne Gabel wrote:
> Good Afternoon -
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> I am in the process of composing a proposal to reduce the maximum class size of our writing courses, particularly our developmental writing classes.  I have included recommendations from both NADE and NCTE. However, a comparison of our maximum writing class size (24) to that of other colleges'  writing courses would be helpful, especially if others' are lower!  Would those of you who have knowledge of class size maximums in both developmenal and regular entry courses at your institutions please respond privately to [log in to unmask]  
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> Thank you!
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> Best regards,
>  
> Joanne E. Gabel, PhD
> Coordinator of Developmental Writing and
> Professor of Humanities and Communications
> Reading Area Community College
> 10 South Second Street
> PO Box 1706
> Reading, PA  10603-1706
> 610 372-4721, ext. 5093
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