Four-Day School Week Gaining Popularity Some people work four days a week instead of the traditional five. In recent years, some small school districts in the western U.S. have adopted the same approach as a way to save money. Andrea Dukakis reports.

Four-Day School Week Gaining Popularity

Four-Day School Week Gaining Popularity

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Some people work four days a week instead of the traditional five. In recent years, some small school districts in the western U.S. have adopted the same approach as a way to save money. Andrea Dukakis reports.