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Quality, not Quantity

[DISSENT]

By Noah Oppenheim

Regardless of their size, sections will not provide a productive learning environment if they are led by poor teaching fellows. Teaching fellows serve as students' primary human link to the course and the material; large sections and poor teaching equally detract from this relationship. While smaller sections would be a favorable change, the quality of section leaders should not be neglected in order to lower the number of students in each class.

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