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Wisconsin public schools would no longer be required to have students attend 180 days of school under a proposed bill in the Senate Education Committee, according to a story in the Journal Sentinel.
The committee is expected to consider the legislation on Tuesday. But it would still require student to attend school for a specific number of hours.
Under the provisions of the bill, public schools that provide year-round school to get state funding for interim sessions and lab periods.
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