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Should school be year round?

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 12/3/2015 Category: Education
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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postvizsla

Con

Do you think we should bring one stress on kids? Do you think we should bring more stress on teachers? Do you think they should get rid of our long deserved break? I disagree with school year expansion.

Relaxation time, summer camp services, and long vacations would be decreased with the wind due to the fact that there would simply be no time. 11 million children and adults each year attend summer camp services and in the end statistics show that it might decrease by six million. In the end children will simply burn out or be brain dead especially going to school 12 mandatory years straight. as a result of no summer vacation. Childrens performance rates will decrease along with the happiness of spending time at the beach or going on vacation. Even teachers might disagree with more school because not only the students need a break but the professors need a break too.

Let me explain how it works. Kids go to school for 45 days then only take 15 days off. I would agree to this if only By the end of the school week children weren"t already exhausted. But just think about summer camps. Usually summer camps would take kids for summer at up to 2 and a half months! But now summer camps would have less time to get kids in their programs and make money so they might go out of business. And guess what, with summer camps and going outside statistics show that children lose about 200 calories a day in the summer time but now instead of kids playing outside in the day or at summer camps they are wishing to go outside if you think school should be one full year.

There will also be too much stress on the kids, teachers, and childhood would be boring. Homework will be increased by a tremendous amount over the 15 day break. Vacation and Relaxation? Knowing that you will have time to go out and have fun at the lake house for 10 days this weekend may not happen anymore because of the homework that professors will unload on you during your 15 day break. Also Kids are already stressed and braindead by the end of one year what about 12 years straight, 1st grade until the last year of High School. Teachers are beings too! They will also be stressed with seeing kids for the whole year and yet to come.

Do you agree with this? Do you want to make childhood boring? Do you want to bring more stress on teachers? Well if you are not convinced feel free to be on the wrong side of the debate.
tashtash

Pro

I don't think school should be year round. I think this because is school was all-year round we would have no time to rest and get time to have fun.I believe that kids should get a break from school,homework and tests .We should be allowed to have a break for fun. Scientists proved that school make children tired and we deserve a break
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Posted by tashtash 1 year ago
tashtash
wow hurry up ppl and vote
Posted by Peepette 1 year ago
Peepette
I don't think Con understood his side of the debate.
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Vote Placed by U.n 9 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con posted an argument; Pro posted personal opinions starting most sentences with "I think" or "I believe".
Vote Placed by Bosoxfaninla 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con clearly won.
Vote Placed by Forever23 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: For the convincing arguments point, there was an obvious concession by pro. Pros whole argument supported con, stating that we should not have year round schooling. I tied sources because the con did not provide any links.