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School’s out for only part of the summer: Why classes are starting earlier and earlier

The Los Angeles Times – Joy Resmovits

“Once upon a time, we took it for granted that August was summer vacation and that schools opened their doors after Labor Day. But the first day of school has been creeping earlier into the last month of the season. The Los Angeles Unified School District, the nation’s second-largest district, will start its new year Tuesday. Several districts across the county already have opened their doors. “When I was a student, it was always after Labor Day,” said Alex Rojas, superintendent of the Bassett Unified School District. Now, a September start date is actually a rarity in Los Angeles schools. Torrance Unified seems to have the latest start in the county on Sept. 8.”(more)

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