Block scheduling falls out of favor in Dallas

10/31/2003 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Schools in the Dallas region are abandoning block scheduling in favor of traditional seven- or eight-period days. Although some teachers say holding 90-minute classes every other day afforded more in-depth coverage of material, the traditional schedule saves districts money because it requires fewer teachers.

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