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The day after Labor Day is when most schools throw open their doors and welcome students back after summer vacation. This year, however, Labor Day is Sept. 7 — later than most years.

Those schools that stick to the traditional academic calendar will get a late start — which could mean a later-than-usual end to the school year next summer.

To find out more, we spoke with Paul Andrews, the director of Professional Development and Government Services at the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents.

This program aired on August 19, 2009.

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Delores Handy was formerly a host and reporter at WBUR.


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