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Transcript of Persuasive Speech
Schools Year round schools,
Reduce teacher burnout and student stress.
Reduces dropout rates and discipline problems.
Increases student achievement.
Decreases school vandalism and burglaries.
Provides breaks throughout the year. Are year round schools a good idea? Summer learning loss can be known as
a major problem for North American students. Year-round calendars help students achieve a higher education and allow teachers to provide more effective education.
Year round schooling has been known as a way to ease classroom overcrowding and improve academics.
Students in year-round schools do as well or slightly better in terms of academic achievement than students in traditional schools. Can year-round schools improve
students’ learning? My argument applies to the advantages of year-
round education and why it should be more
approached. The year-round school learning
periods are based on a schedule that have school
throughout most of the year, as opposed
to having no school in the summer. Traditional
schools provide students time off during
summer and it results in summer learning loss. By: Marlee Richardson Year-round schooling prevents summer learning loss by eliminating summer breaks and replacing them with more consistent breaks distributed throughout the year.
During summer break from school, students set aside learning entirely and begin to fall behind educationally in those three months. When students come back to school they are behind on where they left off. Students tend to forget a lot during the summer break, so a shorter time away from school might increase retention rates. (Research Spotlight on Year-Round Education: NEA)
Band and other extracurricular programs suffer from problems with scheduling out-of-school practices and competitions. (Research Spotlight on Year-Round Education: NEA)