An interesting study in contrasts is playing out right now in Iowa.
One example comes from the Davis County Community Schools in Bloomfield. It is the 96th-largest of Iowa’s 328 public districts, with an enrollment of 1,150 students.
The other example comes from the Iowa legislature and Governor Kim Reynolds.
The Davis County school board is wrestling with an incredibly difficult decision—whether to hold classes four days a week instead of the traditional five-day-a-week schedule.Continue Reading...