Sixth-grade students at Ballou Junior High in Puyallup work on classroom assignments during math studies in 2015. This year, some Washington state lawmakers want to revive parts of Initiative 1351, a class-size reduction measure voters approved in 2014.
Sixth-grade students at Ballou Junior High in Puyallup work on classroom assignments during math studies in 2015. This year, some Washington state lawmakers want to revive parts of Initiative 1351, a class-size reduction measure voters approved in 2014. LEE GILES III Staff photographer
Sixth-grade students at Ballou Junior High in Puyallup work on classroom assignments during math studies in 2015. This year, some Washington state lawmakers want to revive parts of Initiative 1351, a class-size reduction measure voters approved in 2014. LEE GILES III Staff photographer

Lawmakers suspended the class-size reducing Initiative 1351. Now some want to bring it back

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