Morning Read: Could school start after Labor Day next year?
LA School Report | August 18, 2016
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Three Los Angeles school board members will begin a push next week to start the following school year after Labor Day. The traditional academic year began Tuesday, a full three weeks before Labor Day, which falls on the first Monday in September. The resolution, to be introduced at next Tuesday’s meeting, is sponsored by George McKenna, Scott Schmerelson and Richard Vladovic. By Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times
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