Wisconsin school is adapting to flexible class schedules

A Wisconsin high school is ironing out the use of a flex schedule for classes. The Flex 14 schedule includes built-in study times for students and has classes that are 30 to 90 minutes in length. Although the system has seen glitches and took three years of preparation to implement, Principal Shannon Murray says it teaches students to manage their time and allows teachers to work through longer class periods if needed.

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