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Exhibits 1.25 and 1.26 present the percentages of students in the high- and low-achieving schools that are in large classes. Again, because of the wide range of average class sizes across countries (from 15 in Iceland and Lithuania to 46 in Korea), large classes were defined as those above the average in each country. On average, 79 percent of students in high-achieving schools were in larger science classes, compared with 61 percent in low-achieving schools, a difference of 17 percentage points. In mathematics classes, the percentages in high- and low-achieving schools were 80 and 59, respectively, a difference of 21 percentage points. Significantly greater percentages of students in the high-achieving schools were in larger than average mathematics classes in nine countries, and in larger science classes in four countries. In Belgium (French), Belgium (Flemish), the Netherlands, and Hong Kong, at least 80% of the students in the high-achieving schools were in larger than average classes, while 50% or less of the students in the low-achieving schools were in large classes. In Lithuania and Korea, all students in the high-achieving schools were in mathematics classes that were larger than average.

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