May 30, 2017

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Perhaps students would benefit from a longer school year, but during the past decade, some school districts in New Mexico have been doing just the opposite--that is, decreasing the number of days in the school year--with surprising results.
Each year, school administrators are beset with more and more laws, rules, regulations, and court precedents that seek to guarantee everything from the minimum lunch periods to job security for all teachers.
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