School districts in 10 states running out of snow days

School districts forced to make changes

It's only February, and schools in at least 10 states and the District of Columbia have run out of wiggle room in their academic calendars because of all the snow days they've had to take.
School districts are cutting short planned breaks, have class on some holidays and are adding extra days to the end of the school year.
In Philadelphia and New Haven, Conn., students will have to make up at least three school days. In Washington, D.C., and Delaware, students have missed a week's worth of class.
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