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I agree with emroxlol on this one...I'd rather have year round school than put up with 10 hours of school a day! My mom works at a school that's considering teaching kids year-round, and even though there's no summer vacation, there's days off almost every month! The only good thing about longer days, though, is that kids would work harder and get a chance to have help with assignments without staying after school, not to mention that there would probably be less homework left over at the end of the day.
by peace&luv09 on 8/19/2012 9:35:23 PM
no no no! i'd honestly rather have school all year. think about it! we learn for 9 and 1/2 months, then over summer forget lots, and then they have to reteach us stuff we forgot when we go back to school! if it was all year with short breaks for christmas, spring break, etc, then we wouldn't forget and they wouldnt have to reteach! then we could finish school years earlier than we do now and get a move on with our lives!
by emroxlol on 7/17/2012 5:02:31 AM
@Sami_McNoodle: I don't think they were concerned about the bullying. They were concerned about the education. Bullying is not the point here, its education.
by XxUTookMahFonexX on 6/6/2012 5:14:25 PM
This is a bad idea for a good reason: In the classroom, sitting there for most of the day, makes us anxious to get outside. Next thing you know, people are trying to move and stretch in every possible way they can, and they are ore concerned with that instead of paying attention.
by XxUTookMahFonexX on 6/6/2012 5:09:05 PM
when would we have time to relax, im already busy all weekend and after school, i have like an hour a week, that would waste all ofit and more
by iluvpiggles on 6/4/2012 3:57:21 PM
i disagree! 6 hours is a lot of time to learn so i think you only need 6 hours not 7 or 8!
by Prim on 5/17/2012 7:46:20 AM
This would make bullying worst. They say that they do not support bullying but honestly this is saying, "We know what could happen if we do this, it might increase self harm & Suicide, but thats okay, Kids will learn more!" This is horrible! I get bullied every day but of course they want to make it worst for kids like me. I am disgusted with this.
by Sami_McDoodle on 5/16/2012 11:46:27 PM
America is so concerned with getting it's students to be better in school. well most of the countries who have excellent education don't have such a "everyone is special and talented, do your best" attitude. I know a lot of kids from Asia in my class and the schools are much more strict and less "happy and bubbly". What I'm trying to say is, to change our schools, we would have to change our whole culture! I don't making us do math worksheets until the cows come home would do anything but cause headaches and have our teachers go on strike!
by Glitterheart16 on 5/15/2012 12:10:52 AM
this is a terrible idea. seriously, if they forced us 2 stay in the festering dump heap that is school any more than they already do, i would incite a rebelion. seriously. since when was 6 FULL. HOURS not a full day of school?!?!?!? look at the facts: our attention spans do not last long enough to be stuck in a classroom 4 that long!!!
by mango1472 on 5/14/2012 12:40:47 AM
I say if they extend school, we should be using that extra time to do homework then pursue our interests.
by bunnyboo2224 on 5/13/2012 1:25:11 AM
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