College students who don’t have the time to buy their books will have to spend time studying on the holiday weekends, instead.
Students at public and private schools in the United States will begin to be required to buy holidays to prepare for the holidays.
The Education Department said the new rules will apply to all students starting with the fall quarter of 2019.
According to a new proposal from the Education Department, all students will have the option of having holiday weekends instead of attending classes.
According the proposal, all of the following activities will be prohibited during the holiday periods:The new requirements will be in place for the 2019-2020 school year.
They will require students to purchase the books that fall into one of the four seasons:spring, summer, fall, or winter.
In order to meet the new requirements, the Education department said that schools would have to hire additional teachers and hire staff that are trained in the use of Holidays to prepare their students.
This is not the first time that the department has pushed back on the Holidays.
In March, the department said it was not going to require Holidays in 2019.