HRES.457 - Recognizing Lunar New Year As A Significant Cultural Holiday And Encouraging Local Education Agencies To Consider Closing School On The Lunar New Year.

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1/13/2014--Introduced. Recognizes that the Lunar New Year is a significant cultural holiday for many Asian-Americans in the United States. Encourages local education agencies serving a substantial Asian-American population to close schools on that day each year in recognition of its cultural significance and to reduce the waste in government resources necessitated by holding school open on a day when a substantial portion of the student or teacher population is absent.

Referred To The House Committee On Education And The Workforce.
January 13th 2014 @ 12:00 AM

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