Back to School Sooner?

Back to School Sooner?

Wisconsin’s public-school managers are looking to let local schools decide if they want to start before September 1st.

The state’s Department of Public Instruction yesterday said it will hold a public meeting later this month on a proposed rule that would allow local schools to set their own start dates. Wisconsin law sets the first day of school on September 1st, and schools currently need a waiver if they want to start earlier. DPI says the new rule will allow for more local control, and more flexibility for local schools.

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