yes, because The four-day school week has some appeal when budgets are tight, especially in rural districts where students and teachers may travel a long way to get to school. Schools in 17 states have four-day school weeks, which usually entail longer school days in order to meet instructional hour requirements. In Colorado, for instance, more than a third of districts use the shorter week. These are mainly small, poor, rural districts, serving about 3 percent of students in the state.
No, if schools is only four days a week then that would be less time to learn or we would have longer school days. Plus we might not get as long of summer,spring, or Christmas break. Than would mean less time to spend with family. Also you might have to do regular homework over the weekend like math not just projects
i want a 4 day week because it would be nice to have an extra day of no school. you could be so relaxed that you would do better in school. if you had homework and needed to finish it you could use that extra day to finish it. it would be fine too have longer days if we have an extra day off