Four-day school week linked to better academic performance, study finds

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On average 55.5 percent of a school’s students were achieving these top scores in their maths tests the year before they switched to a four-day week, but after changing, 63.1 percent were getting those results.

This improvement increased over time, with an average of 72 percent of students scoring “proficient or advanced” on their maths tests two years after they’d switched to a four-day school week.

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