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School-start date debate rekindles; big hiring bump anticipated as spring approaches; 8 more Wisconsin stories

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MADISON -- A nearly 20-year-old debate over when Wisconsin schools can start their fall classes is being revived again.

La Crosse Superintendent Randy Nelson wants the state Legislature to end the requirement that schools wait until September first to start their new terms. To help force the issue, 26 La Crosse area school districts plan to ask for waivers, so that by 2015, they can start in mid-August.

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