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Beesley Andrea D. & Anderson Carmon (2007). « The Four-Day School Week : Information and Recommendations. ». Rural Educator, vol. 29, n° 1, p. 48–55. ISSN 0273446X. En ligne : <http://web.ebscohost.co ... #db=ehh&AN=27696348>. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): {0273446X}
BibTeX citation key: Beesley2007a
Categories: General
Keywords: temps et rythme scolaires
Creators: Anderson, Beesley
Collection: Rural Educator
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URLs     http://web.ebscoho ... db=ehh&AN=27696348
Abstract     
Within the past three decades, a number of schools and districts, particularly those in rural areas, have moved toward a four-day school week. Recent articles and reports indicate that there are now schools with four-day weeks in Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, Louisiana, New Mexico, Idaho, and Nebraska. The reasons for this shift include saving money in the face of declining enrollments and avoiding interruptions and absences due to sports and activities. Districts contemplating the four-day week need current information about this alternative schedule and how it is working in schools around the country. This report is intended to summarize recent research and other articles on the four-day week and make recommendations to district personnel on whether and how it should be implemented. (ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR)
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