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Niskayuna parents, teachers dislike new middle-school schedule

Extra help more difficult for kids

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Parents of Niskayuna middle-school students are upset with a new schedule that eliminates flexible periods and time for student advocacy. The district reduced the number of periods this year from nine to eight and eliminated a flexible period and a half-hour at the end of the day for student advocacy. Students used these times to meet guidance counselors, see teachers for extra help and complete homework. Teachers came out in force Tuesday to a community ...

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