With teacher morale seemingly at an all-time low, school districts are looking for ways to keep educators from burning out and quitting.

One idea: Give them an extra day off.

Districts around the country are announcing plans to adopt four-day school weeks in the fall. While this approach is used by districts at times to cut costs, a common motivation now is teacher recruitment and retention as non-stop pandemic stress has staff leaving in pursuit of work-life balance.

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