NC bill would give more flexibility from school calendar law

Another battle is looming between the tourism industry and educators over giving North Carolina school systems more flexibility on when to start and end the school year.

One of the first bills filed Wednesday in the General Assembly, House Bill 9, would restore the ability of the State Board of Education to give local school districts calendar flexibility waivers for specific educational programs.

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