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  • Students shouldhave 5daysaweek

    Students are getting tired and they need to see their parents. They are getting tired seeing same faces everyday s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s ss s s

  • Students shouldhave 5daysaweek

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  • Students shouldhave 5daysaweek

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  • Why students should only go to school three days a week

    Why should students go to school three days a week?
    Well let me explain the reasons why I think that high school students should
    Only go to school three days a week and not five. I am going to make a simple
    argument, which you may or may not agree on. I wish to change the school
    board’s mind.
    I think high school students need to only go three days a week to school. Kids
    are often complaining about never spending enough time at home with their
    families and friends. Kids are complaining about how they get tired of seeing the
    same people every day over and over again, and going through the struggle or
    school on a day to day basis. Most high school age kids have a lot of things going
    on in their lives and need time alone to help proses the things they need, but yet
    still have contact with friends and family.
    High school students should only take classes that they truly need for life like
    a math class, or science, or if your this kind of person, maybe a language class.
    Students don’t need to take classes like physical education in high school, or art.
    If students want to take those classes they can, but now they don’t have to take
    those classes in school. Modern technology has made it possible to take those
    classes online and teach themselves the skills they want to learn, and maybe turn
    those skills into a career. Students don’t need to go to school every day to learn
    about something that they will take years to learn in a class, when they can take a
    few weeks to a month learning about it by themselves, and saving themselves
    time for other things.
    Students need less classes and they need more time to proses the things they
    just learned in their previous class. They need to take breaks to think about and
    take in the information they need, for future purposes. This is the reason that
    students struggle in the day to day, class to class basis. High school students learn
    one thing and move to their next class and try to learn another thing and it just
    goes right over them, or gets mixed in with other information.
    I hope this argument makes a difference and a impact on the future of high schooling students.

  • School needs to be 3 days long

    Kids k through 12 should only go to school three days a week. Many kids say that they don't get enough time at home. Some parents work during the seeking so the kids would not be able to see them. Kids are complaining about how they get tired of seeing the same people everyday.

  • School needs to be 3 days long

    Kids k through 12 should only go to school three days a week. Many kids say that they don't get enough time at home. Some parents work during the seeking so the kids would not be able to see them. Kids are complaining about how they get tired of seeing the same people everyday.

  • Depends on the age of the kid.

    If we are talking about those kids with bundles of energy, they really couldn't be bothered if they are at this new place and away from their house or wherever. For older kids like in high school, more work time is needed to be able to learn as long as it is done so effectively. They could have more breaks between classes and shorter class times so their brains can process this new information. But I would think that wouldn't be too much to ask if they kept most of their class time intact.

  • School should DEFFINATLY be 3 days a week!

    It isn't the teachers working there but off.But it's the children.Oh look here's your homework *hands over 10+sheets and a essay needed on a sheet*kids:WTF Teacher:I excpect this done by tommrorw.Kids*Cry*
    kids deserve a longer break 2 days isn't enough 5 days is wayyy to much
    Thanks for listening to my protest.
    Xoxox
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  • School should be short

    Because students are always tired when they come from school and hate school. Why wont there just be online school instead of public schools. That would be much easier and kids will learn until what time they feel tired. They also can wake up whenever the want to That why.

  • School should be more than 3 days a week

    There will have to be more school years in order to learn as much as we do now as well as the fact the school year must also be extended. Im fine with 4 or 5 days just fine, and im sure most of us can agree with that aswell

  • No, school should be more than three days a week.

    While students could benefit by getting more rest, I don't think the proper step would be to make their school week only three days long. This would be bad for them for two reasons. First, they won't learn as much information. Second, it doesn't prepare them for the job market, which is often five days a week.

  • No, school should be five days a week

    Changing the school week to being just three days would not be acceptable, as students would fail to learn and retain the knowledge necessary to be successful. Keeping the general school week at five days would assert the values and principles that allude to the necessity of education. A three day school week could be harmful to students, in that it would limit their abilities to learn, and thus, hold the United States behind in the educational world.


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