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Brooke Knudson, second from left, a first grade teacher at Horace Mann Elementary, goes over a math and counting with Erin Warren and Alaynna Mercado in Sioux Falls on Oct. 11. Sioux Falls last year provided little more than the number of instructional hours required by the state. (AP Photo/The Argus Leader, Elisha Page)

Data show how much time SD kids spend in class

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By Beth Wischmeyer, Argus Leader

SIOUX FALLS (AP) — Fourth- and fifth-grade students in the Sioux Falls School District spent less time in the classroom last year than most other students in the state, and Rapid City students spent among the most time in school, according to new data released by the South Dakota Department of Education.

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