Are French classes smaller?

Primary classes are smaller in France

I have heard that class sizes in France are smaller than the UK. Is it true? J.B.

Yes and no - class sizes are slightly smaller in France on average than in the UK in primary school, and much smaller in certain primary school classes, following a measure by the Macron government which started this rentrée. However, secondary school classes are on average smaller in the UK.

A spokesman for the Unsa teaching union said the average ...

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