In 1971, a survey showed that 84% of the surveyed educational authorities
predicted that all United States schools would be year-round within 15 years. In
Perhaps, the most important facet of year-round education is how it is
implemented. Schools may operate on a single-track schedule where all students
are on ...
Despite common perceptions, year-long school doesn't mean students go
straight ... to figure out childcare for young children and summer care for all the
The very thought of sending kids to school year-round makes some parents
cringe. ... year-round schools are at a slight advantage, because they don't forget
what they learned during the long summer break. .... Featured Video. See all ...
Sep 6, 2014 ... At one school in West Virginia, administrators, teachers and parents swear by a ...
back as a child, I thought, “Man, I woulda hated to be in school all year round. ...
And just to have that consistent flow without having that long, ...
Dec 11, 2013 ... “I love school so much that we should shorten our summer break and stretch out
our school year as long as possible,” said no student ever.
If the national school schedule does change from traditional to year-round, it will
..... i think school should not be all year long to because it would eventually ...
Would year round school or a longer school day solve our nation's concerns
about ... In fact, all of these studies found that for most students there is no
correlation ... In other words, it's not how long kids are in the classroom, it's how
engaged in ...
Jan 18, 2014 ... The traditional school year, with roughly three months of vacation days ... felt that
year-round schooling would be in all U.S. schools within the next 15 years. ... is
that at-risk students do fare better without a long summer break, ...