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Actually, that is something that I've seen proposed, and the reason that it stays there tends to be because it is in the middle of the winter break.

I lived on Long Island, and after several years of struggle the school district finally put Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah on the list of days off. The struggle to find enough substitute teachers, and the amount of money that went toward paying those substitutes, was wreaking havoc in the school district. December 25 will probably remain on the list of days off for the same reason. It's not so much religious bias as it is practicality.

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