Schools alter schedules to make room for study halls

Struggling students at two Washington state high schools are receiving extra help from teachers some mornings since the schools have altered schedules. Teachers say study halls give students an opportunity to catch up academically with their peers, and the schools' schedules also allow time for teachers to meet in professional learning communities.

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