Topic: “Year-round schooling is a bad idea.”
The possibility of year-round schools has been a hot debate topic for quite some time. The question is, is the idea of year-round schools acceptable considering all the potential drawbacks? year round schooling can be disruptive to both the family of the students and the teachers themselves, it can be too costly for a large group of people, and year round schools do not provide the same opportunity for learning as the traditional school year does. For several reasons, the traditional school year is more beneficial in comparison to year round schooling.
One of the main affects it would have on would be money and the cost of year-round school. We would end up having to pay teachers more to work longer. The schools utilities and bills would increase and I would come to believe that academics, textbooks, etc. would need to be purchased more often. Some parents may need to arrange different child care, which can be very costly as well. Cost may be one of the main issues with year-round school but it does also personally affect students of all ages.
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I don’t think all students would be affected with year-round school but the majority of the students would. Most teens now a day need to work during the summertime full-time to earn money for college or to support themselves. For younger kids they would miss out on the opportunity to go to summer camps and get an educational setting in a fun environment where they can interact with peers outside of their norm. Also a lot of kids who currently attend a year-round school are known to have a social disorder with others. This may cause stress and anxiety to the student, which can lead to poor grades within school. Unfortunately students and cost wouldn’t just be affected by this transition, so would the teachers.
Teachers are not often thought about in a process like this but can affect them in many ways. Most teachers are set to work a traditional school year, so if they were to change it, it could interrupt their lifestyles. Some teachers have other jobs they have committed to within their time off. They may have already pre-planned their vacations, reunions, events, etc. during that time. Also teachers may become more aggravated or stressed with year-round school, as appose to a traditional school year.
There are lots of pros and cons to having year-round school but in my opinion I believe it can be a bad idea. Students, teachers, and money do not need to be effected by a transition like this. Why do we need to interrupt a good system that has currently worked for us after all these years? The answer is we don’t, we should just keep it the same.