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Should students have additional classes after school?

  • These extra classes are beneficial for the shy and/or weak students of a class.

    I believe extra classes are beneficent to some and vice versa. These classes provide the shy and/or the weak students of a class to catch up with the class as they have extra time and complete focus of the teacher reserved only for them. These classes can result in making school easier for such students.

  • It will give you more chance to learn new things

    More classes give kids more things to learn. Some kids want to go further than the regular classes. If kids learn more when they are younger then they will get better jobs and will do better in collage and high school. School needs more physical activity anyway.(I know I am a 5th grader)

  • It will give you more chance to learn new things

    More classes give kids more things to learn. Some kids want to go further than the regular classes. If kids learn more when they are younger then they will get better jobs and will do better in collage and high school. School needs more physical activity anyway.(I know I am a 5th grader)

  • There is no form of education that is timeless.

    Education is not timeless. For if you were to learn something ten years ago, then there is a great chance that a new and more efficient form of whatever you had been taught, has been developed. People should be constantly educated, as if they were not to be, the working class of people could easily be outdated in the 10 year time span, that a newer and more efficient strategy that they are practicing in their occupation, is being implemented.

  • No, keep it away! ITS GIVING ME HIVES!!!

    Be real, extra classes after the school day just means a longer school day. 7 hours is long enough, I do not need a second class, i'd prefer chatting and posting stuff on fb. Anyway, if there was homework in that class, they are going way too far. So no, no extra classes for me

  • Students should have LIFE after school

    No, students should have LIFE after school, not additional classes or loads of homework. They should be able to do things with their families, meet with friends, or pursue their interests and hobbies. If a student likes to paint, for example, they should have plenty of time to do it.

  • Time is needed for other things

    Outside of school students should be involved in outside of school things like sports, dance, swimming, gymnastics, music, scouts, martial arts and so on.

    They need time be physically active, to ride bike, swim, rollar skate, run around and play.

    They need time to interact and play with siblings and friends to develop their social skills.

    They need time to read, draw, make things. Create, chat with parents.

    They need time to do chores, help out with family expectations, get their first part time job and learn life skills.

    They need time to eat, sleep, bathe, rest and recreate.

  • Education is a great thing, but there can be too much.

    Education is a wonderful thing, and i know i love to learn, but i am a teenager and like most, school is a pain. Non the less, learning is an extremely important thing in our lives. If this question is saying that it should be mandatory then no. There is a limit though, i know when school ends i immediately go to sports, which i spent 2 1/2 hours doing, then i don't get home until 4:45-5:00 pm. Then i have to cook dinner, clean up after dinner, and then i have to finish what ever homework i didn't get to finish at school. Lastly, i have to take a shower get ready for the next day and go to sleep. When i'n not doing all of that i have to option to take college classes, which i do. If this question is saying it should be an option then yes, because there will be those kids to take advantage of that, but others just don't have time for additional classes.


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