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  • No, they shouldn't!

    Kid's are exhausted already and adding more into their lives is just not fair. Adults are exhausted after a standard of 7 hours, kids would die with this. Children need a mix of all things in their life and should have a variety. Children gain more stress from this and according to KidsHealth.Org children get most of their stress from school.

  • 2 hours long

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  • 2 hours long

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  • Kids will be better off

    Kids will be better off with two more hours of school. Most kids, when they get home, play video games, look around on the internet, or do bad things with friends. Even the ones that do constructive things when they get home could be better off in school for two more hours. This extra time doesn't have to be used as an extra two hours sitting around getting forced to learn things that kids don't want to learn; because of this extra time, the academics could get finished out and there could be other things to do. There could be more PE, which would actually help more kids get more exercise. There also could be more free time at school, which will be better for a lot of kids, because they will be supervised, and won't be spending all of it on electronics. Also, it will give kids time to learn more things they want to learn about in school, like music, art, cooking, or even insects.

  • School should be two hours longer, simply because that would mean students would have more time to learn subjects and even more in a subject.

    The thing about school being two hours longer is it'd only effect a student's free time, but would give them more time to learn about particular subjects, and maybe even explore extra ones in depth. The average American student only spends 12 to 13 years in primary school, after that they will have all the free time they could ever desire, so extending it two hours longer wouldn't be such a bad thing considering the actual amount of time spent in life.

  • It won't help

    It will be unfair on teachers, kids won't be able to concentrate , and there would be no time for after school activities or homework. If kids are worried about their grades, longer days will not help, they will only deplement their learning further. Also parents will have to pay at least another quarter of what their yearly payment is.

  • No nevvveeeeeeeeerrrrrr better this way

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  • N-O NO! School is good the way it is.

    Kids have to have free time too! If you make the school day longer, then the kids only have about 1 hour of spare time. And even more kids would want to drop out of school. And kids won't get exercise, which would add to the obesity problem America has.


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