A Pennsylvania lawmaker aims to introduce legislation that would require the 500 school districts across the state to start the school year after Labor Day.
Bill would mandate school year start after Labor Day
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Because it's all about money, not education.
If the school year starts after labor day the school year would go longer in the summer unless they change the number of mandatory days of education.
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