By The Right Scoop


Today at a campaign rally in Nevada, Obama told the audience that when Romney was told by a teacher in West Philadelphia that “having too many kids in his class made it harder for him to do his job”, that Romney simply responded that “class size don’t matter.” But as you might imagine, that’s not really what happened at all:

Romney was simply making the case that classroom size, within certain limits, isn’t the driving factor in performance. That more important than classroom size is resources, discipline, and parental involvement.

But nowhere in this clip did Romney say anything even close to “class size don’t matter.” And he also used good grammar to boot.



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