Earlier school year starts irk parents

08/8/2005 | NYTimes.com

The pressures to boost test scores and schedule exams before the Christmas break are compelling many districts across the country to shift school start dates to August or even July. In the South, grass-roots parents groups trying to protect family routines, and tourism industry officials fearing revenue losses are lobbying legislatures to uphold the traditional summer break.

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