The week of school after KPREP/year-end exams seems a bit of a waste of time.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: May 30, 3:01 am)
We know there can be bureaucratic answers to many questions that befuddle us about why things are the way they are, but that does not preclude our asking one question we suspect is on the minds of many this week:
Why are students in school from now through June 4? Because they are required by state law to have 1062 hours – about 177 days – of “instruction.”
But we question whether there is any real instruction being given on these last few days.
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