Legislators Examine School Start Dates

(STATEHOUSE) – AN INDIANA SENATE COMMITTEE HEARS TESTIMONY ON A BILL THAT WOULD REQUIRE THE STATE‘S PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO START CLASSES AFTER LABOR DAY. THE SENATE EDUCATION AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MET WEDNESDAY TO DISCUSS THE LEGISLATION AUTHORED BY SENATOR MIKE DELPH (R-CARMEL). SUPPORTERS SAY IT MAKES SENSE TO START SCHOOL AFTER LABOR DAY BECAUSE FAMILIES WOULD HAVE MORE SUMMER VACATION TIME AND IT COULD REDUCE THE COST OF COOLING CLASSROOMS IN AUGUST.

(From Network Indiana)

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