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ANOKA, Minn. -- A new survey shows a growing concern about class sizes in the Anoka Hennepin School District. In the survey, recently conducted by The Morris Leatherman Company, 20 percent of respondents said large class sizes was the most serious issue facing District 11. That's up seven percent since last year's survey. High taxes, bullying, budget cuts and lack of discipline rounded out the top five.As for what people most liked about the school district, 23 percent said good teachers, followed by an excellent education, broad curriculum, good education and good programs.To see the complete survey results, click here.(Copyright 2016 by CTN Coon Rapids. All Rights Reserved.)