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Local schools don't expect longer days

Tennessee is among five states that plan to add at least 300 hours of learning time to the calendar in some schools starting next year.
But Warren County students shouldn’t be concerned, according to Director of Schools Bobby Cox. He doesn’t believe any local schools will be impacted by longer hours.
“From what I have been told, they are going to pick schools with the most needs in the state,” said Cox. “These are schools that have been targeted as the worst performing schools under the school improvement plan and we don’t have any of those schools ...


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