The lure for lawmakers and others is a projected increase in tourism. Some analysts think the current school calendar--under which many students return from summer break in early August ---is costing the state more than $300-million per year in tourism revenue.
most if not all superintendents are don't care for the law including Dothan's
Tim Wilder. "I just don't like when they
dictate when we start and end," he said.
Shorter in-term breaks, such as spring break and Christmas vacation will be the result