Texas Schools Go To 4-Day Weeks To Curb Teacher Retention

  • In Texas, almost 60 school districts have switched to four-day school weeks to curb teacher turnover.
  • At least seven additional school districts have implemented a hybrid schedule with four-day weeks during part of the school year.
  • An investigation by the Austin-based outlet KXAN found that a record number of teachers resigned or retired during the last school year.
  • School districts that went to four-day school weeks reportedly began seeing more teacher retention.
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