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Year-Round Schooling: 3 Common Arguments Against It - Education ...

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Jul 22, 2014 ... Today I want to look at the common reasons that people are against ... from a summers-off school calendar to a year-round schooling model.

Year-Round Schools Don't Boost Learning, Study Finds

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Aug 9, 2007 ... “We found that students in year-round schools learn more during the summer, ... said this should not be taken as an argument against year-round schedules. ... If a school has a non-academic reason for adopting a year-round ...

Year-round schooling has pros and cons - Corpus Christi Caller-Times

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Dec 19, 2009 ... The arguments against year-round school, though, are also compelling. ... for many years, but there's no longer an economic reason to follow it.

My view: Year-round schools don't work, so districts should abandon ...

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Jan 30, 2011 ... Of the district's elementary year-round schools, only half made ... One reason year-round calendar proponents say the district should keep the ...

Should school be year-round? | Debate.org

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Voice your opinion and learn what others think about year-round education for children. Should summer vacation become mandatory education?

Reasons Why Year Round School Is A Good Idea-Screenflex

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As schools implement Common Core Standards, is it also time to change when students attend school? See the top reasons why year round school is a good ...

The Pros and Cons of Year-Round Schools | Parents | Scholastic.com

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The very thought of sending kids to school year-round makes some parents cringe. They balk at the idea of kids attending schools with no summer break.

Summer Vacation Vs. Year-Round Schooling - The Onion

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Here are the arguments for and against Sanders staying in the race .... Students around the nation are currently anticipating the end of the school year and the start of ... entirely new persona for following school year; The only reason anyone would be inclined to become a teacher. The Arguments For Year-Round Schooling.

Year Round vs. Traditional Schedules in Public Schools ...

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Mar 27, 2015 ... For a variety of reasons, schools across the country are switching their schedules to a year-round curriculum, which means that both students ...

Year-round school bad idea for students | Letters to the Editor ...

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Oct 17, 2009 ... I think that year-round school would have a negative impact on. ... Many students wouldn't want to go to school year-round and would get tired of it, which would .... Sudanese government committing atrocities against women ...

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The Year-Round School Debate - SchoolMoney.org

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Jul 12, 2011 ... Arguments against year-round school. There are several ... Nobody likes to just get a comment that says they are bad for no apparent reason.

Should American Schools Go Year Round? | TeachHUB

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If the national school schedule does change from traditional to year-round, it will ... Since those reasons no longer make sense in this modern world, many ... and where students attend classes 220 days a year on average as against to 180 ...

NEA - Research Spotlight on Year-Round Education

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The most popular form of year-round education is the 45-15 plan, where students attend school for 45 days and then get three weeks (15 days) off. The usual ...