S.C. super urges districts be given greater flexibility amid budget crunch

10/15/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

South Carolina districts want the freedom to shift to four-day weeks or initiate longer days and a shorter school year or adopt some other scheduling strategies for coping with an estimated $240 million in state budget cuts, South Carolina superintendent Jim Rex said Tuesday.

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