Summer breaks from school get closer look in post-COVID environment

Experts say year-round school could have educational benefits, but the love of summer break, which became the standard in the late 1800s, makes it a tough sell.

Only 3 percent of public schools in the U.S. currently operate 12 months a year, while most students and teachers eagerly await their summer vacations.

While some blame misconceptions around year-round scheduling for its drop in popularity, others say shifting to it can make the lives of families and teachers more difficult.

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