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Re: Dont forget
said by pnh102:Teachers unions; school bus drivers; parents who have to get to work at a certain time and don't want later school starts; etc. said by FFH:
But if you have to get kids out to school early in the morning and it is still dark in early spring and late fall, DST not as good a deal.
I never understood this. Why don't schools simply change their schedules to work around DST instead of complaining about how dark it is?
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pnh102Reptiles Are Cuddly And PrettyPremium
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said by FFH:Still seems dumb to me. Every parent already has to work around their kid's schedule in one way or another so changing start times won't change that. I just think it is silly how school districts make this out to be some intractable, unsolvable problem when it really isn't.
Teachers unions; school bus drivers; parents who have to get to work at a certain time and don't want later school starts; etc.
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