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Close to 40 classes at Bedford County high schools have fewer than 15 students, and the decision to approve those classes for the upcoming year will be left with School Superintendent Dr. James Blevins.
The Bedford County School Board, during its meeting Thursday, gave Blevins that responsibility after failing in its own vote to approve the classes. Any high school classes with less than 15 students must be approved by the school board for the upcoming school year.
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