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STATE ED CHIEF URGING SCHOOLS TO CONSIDER MAJOR CALENDAR CHANGES

Boston firefighters remove icicles from the Old South Meeting House, which had become a danger to pedestrians. [Photo: Matt Murphy/SHNS]

As winter's wrath wreaks havoc for commuters, businesses and retail, school administrators are also struggling to cope with the fallout of record-setting snowfall, poring over calendars to find days before July to make up for lost classroom time. While the immediate situation may require cancelation of religious holidays, professional development days for teachers or even April vacation, Education Commissioner Mitchell Chester has urged superintendents to also think about the future.

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