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    Year-Round School Imagine a school year that never ends. A year without summer, relaxation, and vacations with family. Summer is the time of year that every student cannot wait arrive. But what if the playful time filled with friends, smiles, and laughter did not exist? What if school remained in session year-round? This is happening in 3,181 schools across America and is gradually increasing (edweek.org). The government calls it: Year-Round School. There are both many pros and cons to this

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    happens during year round schooling. Whether or not Florida schools should convert to year round schooling is a recent problem. Florida schools should convert to year round schooling because it keeps the learning process going and gives students/staff breaks throughout the year. Many people believe it may cause problems with other schools but the benefits outweigh the problems and Florida needs to switch to year round school. One of the reasons Florida should convert to year-round schooling keeps

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    Should School Be Year-Round Year-round schools have gained popularity among the United States, being a very communicated topic within middle class communities. These schools are generally argued about by whether they are beneficial or not. While there are many advantages to year-round schools, there are some disadvantages as well. A few of these disadvantages include the expenses of the schools, the schedules the schools provide, the involvement within the schools, and the actual effectiveness of

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    Year round schooling is not recommended, in my eyes. I think this because all year you sit at a desk and do work for 365 days. It's not fun, parents could not plan for any vacations or a trip out of state. Also, the students will get to recharge their minds, for the next year. The break will give the students three months to visit family members and plan for vacations. The year round will make it more complicated for the parents. Although year-round schooling has saved more money for the parents

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    headline reads, "School Year-round!" Year-round school means that schools will be in session for twelve months per year. Currently, most school in the United States are in session for nine months per year. I disagree that the United States' schools should be in session year-round, because more time at school will not solve our education issues and will create financial problems. Most importantly, improving the U.S. educational system by increasing the time attending school will not improve

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    Most schools in the United States of America follow the traditional 180-day schooling system. A system that was set in the 19th century, when schooling for children began with a 10-week vacation. During that period of time students would help their families on the farm during the summer. Today everything has changed, today we live in the 21st century, and the question is should schools stay the same or should they be year round. Year round school is a school that goes year-round. Year round school

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    Did you know that there is a three percent decrease in dropout rates in year-round schools? This could be very beneficial to students who might consider dropping out of highschool. With the year-round calendar, the school work would not be as overwhelming at the beginning of the school year. This is why all schools should be on the year-round calendar. Schools on a year round schedule can prevent overcrowding. Multi-track schools can house more students because of different “track” schedules. Multi-track

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    Barack Obama stated, "The challenges of the new century demand more time in the classroom." A three month vacation from school may seam ideal, but in reality it is detrimental to a child's education. Year round schooling is very beneficial not only because it offers educational benefits, but family benefits as well. The family benefits that attending a year-round school provides are financial stability and a much easier time planning family vacations. It can be hard for parents to find childcare

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    Today many school districts have year-round school. However, many parents question if the year-round school is benefiting their child. Being in a year-round school is beneficial for the student because year-round school is actually helping students. A student on the 10-month school plan is said to forget information over the long summer break, also both teacher and student stress is reduced because of the frequent breaks during the school year instead of the one long break, and the student improves

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    A common debate among educators and school board members is the idea of year round schooling. While many think this is best for students education, there are factors that could make it so it doesn't affect their education or it makes matters worse. Most students are great full for their summer break. They schedule family vacations, which are very important, and they are able to keep jobs with little to no conflict in the summer. If that time was to be taken away, that would negatively affect students

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