The state Legislature is scheduled to reconvene on Monday to try to come up with a way to fix Arkansas` troubled education system -- that leaves legislators just three days to meet a court-imposed New Year`s Day deadline. Some legislator say that`s unlikely as the House delayed a key vote and House leaders predicted the deadline would pass without action. The legislature took two days off for Christmas and returned Friday when the Senate passed a bill to change the requirement for schools to report children`s body masses. The House amended a key funding bill to correct drafting mistakes, which delayed a vote on the measure sponsored by House Speaker Herschel Cleveland. If the legislators don`t meet the deadline, the state`s high court could take an aggressive stance and become involved in the operation of schools, but some legislators say that`s unlikely.