Under Michigan law, public schools aren't allowed to start classes before Labor Day. A bill recently approved by the state Senate Education Committee would change that. Under the new legislation, districts would be allowed to start school in August. But the bill would also require that those schools have three-day weeks until after Labor Day.
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