Mississippi schools forced to close due to recent flooding or tornadoes will not have to make up missed days.
A new state law exempts school districts from the 180 school day minimum in the event of extreme weather.
According to The Clarion-Ledger, Superintendent Tom Burnham says some students were taking standardized tests during that time. He says those districts have made accommodations and rescheduled testing.
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