Raynah Unes-Reid, and Angie Hertzog
13 November 2014
Year Round School
In this updated system, schools continue to operate 180 days per year, but they stretch out the 180 days over the entire year and take shorter breaks between each term. 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. It sounds complicated, but others think that being in school all the time, with little breaks, can make a huge impact on the students. Is year round school really as helpful as people indicate, or is it making a negative impact on both students and teachers? In our opinion, we think it’s easier to have school year round.
Do you think that year round schooling is a good or bad thing? Let’s look into a teachers and students point of view. For teachers, of course it may be a good thing for the students the grasp onto knowledge, so year round school will really help the kids, or at least, that’s what some teachers think. In a student’s point of view, two things can happen, one a student could love year round schooling, just because they want a great education and so on and so forth, but others would probably despise year round schooling, just because year round schooling means no summer break, and no summer break means, staying in school for the summer, most teenagers worst nightmare.
Alright enough about the teachers and students, what