Several countries around the world have year-round schooling or schooling programs. Some of these countries include China, Japan, Nigeria, Australia, South Korea and North Korea. T...
Aug 9, 2007 ... “We found that students in year-round schools learn more during the ... poor
families saw no increase in math scores in year-round compared to ...
... are against switching from a summers-off school calendar to a year-round
schooling model. ... By Matthew Lynch on July 22, 2014 10:47 AM | No comments
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.
Here are some of the cons for parents and students:
Some children already struggle to make it through an entire school
day, either because they are not developmentally able or because they have a disability that makes it hard to keep his behavioral under control all day... More »
Sep 4, 2014 ... And although one of the main reasons for switching to year-round schools is to
improve retention rates, there is no concrete proof that students ...
School should be year round because kids always forget things over the summer
break. No kid wants to study over break right? RIGHT!! Now to the main point.
If the national school schedule does change from traditional to year-round, it will
undoubtedly .... No child is forced to attend the year-round school programs.
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 ...
Before a school system decides to institute a year-round calendar ... This sounds
logical, but Morse gives no supporting evidence that year-round education ...