Should Summer Break Be Ten Weeks Long?
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I say that we should keep it to ten weeks, because people who want to go to school for learning, can learn at home or in some sort of course. And if they want to go to school to talk to their friends, they can still talk to their friends by meeting up or using the phone. But the problem with those who don"t want to wake up early or go learn, they don"t have the option to just refuse.
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Vote Placed by Benshapiro 3 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro argues that summer breaks should be ten weeks long because he gets bored having that much time off, students could benefit from longer school years, 10 weeks is long already, and that 2 shorter weeks wouldn't hurt. Con says that other students enjoy longer time off, students could benefit from relieved stress, and that the school year is long enough already. Con basically used Pro's logic against him in a way that counterbalanced all of his arguments. Accordingly, Con, as instigator of the debate, didn't have a case by the end of it.
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