The recent government resolution (GR) that mandates a fixed student-teacher ratio per classroom has put schools in a bind. While most are worried about the limited infrastructure available in city schools, some are concerned whether appointing more than one teacher for larger classrooms may prove counter-productive. "The GR only states the pupil-teacher ratio that schools need to follow but there are no directions as to how this is to be done. We have 65-75 kids per class and if we end up appointing two teachers in a classroom, it shouldn't end up confusing the students. While we can ask teachers to coordinate their notes and work in tandem, what's the guarantee that they will not pass the responsibility to each other?" asked Rehana Salamat, principal of Anjuman-I-Islam Allana English High School, CST. She added that the GR, as of now, sounds "vague" and they hope for more clarity soon.