Cleveland Uses Extended Year Calendars at Some Schools

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For most students, summer break is just beginning. Remember counting down the hours to an eternity of homework-free days? Not every student will experience that, though. Many schools, including some in Northeast Ohio, have extended or even year-round school. It's not a punishment: Proponents say extended school with more frequent, shorter breaks is better for students. Is it? 

Guests: 

Ed Weber, Principal, School of Science and Medicine, Cleveland Metropolitan School District  
Feowyn MacKinnon, Head of School, MC2STEM School, Cleveland Metropolitan School District 
 

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