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Study Finds Idaho’s 4-Day School Weeks Don’t Save Money, Ed Impact Unknown

A new study by a rural education group examined the 42 of Idaho’s 115 school districts that have gone to four-day school weeks as a money-saving move, and found that none have seen significant savings as a result and there’s been no examination of the impact on student achievement.

Just 1 percent of school districts nationwide have four-day school weeks, the report found.