California districts cut days from calendar

July 16, 2010
Budget cuts lead to fewer instruction days

From The Los Angeles Daily News: A survey of California’s 30 largest school districts found that 16 plan to reduce the number of days in the upcoming academic year. A little more than a decade ago, California increased the number of instructional days to 180, bringing the calendar on par with most other states. Two years ago - with the state's economy plummeting - districts were allowed to reduce their calendar to 175 days.

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