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Should there be half days for school on Fridays?

Asked by: FWisnd64
  • Students have rights to 4 extra hours

    There should be at least four extra hours in our lives. It won't kill us. Students would be able to study more, instead of listening to a teach rant for half the hour, and expect them to get a three page essay done in thirty minutes. It is completely unfair for the students.

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  • We should have half days on fridays

    Friday is meant to be a relaxing day like Sunday, we barely see our parents during the week day because of school, and kids can get stressed because of school. We have allot of things to deal with like bullying and teachers pushing us into this stuff. In my conclusion there should be a half day on Fridays.

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  • American International Standings

    I am currently a high school student and would love nothing more than having a half-day Friday. I mean how awesome doe that sound? But, realistically, it couldn't happen. Roughly half a million students in 65 nations and educational systems representing 80 percent of the global economy took part in the 2012 edition of PISA, which is coordinated by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, or OECD.
    The numbers are even more sobering when compared among only the 34 OECD countries. The United States ranked 26th in math — trailing nations such as the Slovakia, Portugal and Russia. What’s more, American high school students dropped to 21st in science (from 17th in 2009) and slipped to 17th in reading (from 14th in 2009), according to the results. Less school hours means less time for learning and teaching, compressing the school year, giving students too much information in too short a time to fully understand, ultimately making America drop more in the ratings.

  • Difficult for Curriculum

    The supporting factor of my response is the otherwise difficult adressment toward the curriculum. Teachers already have a tight amount of time to teach their students, and half days on Friday's just because it makes it "less boring" doesn't give the excuse that school is not boring, it is only boring because you make it seem boring. Fridays are just another school day.

  • It would push american schools back further.

    America is already really far behind because you get two days off a week, a lot of breaks and a whole summer off. The last thing we need is half days for Friday. Besides, even if this did happen schools would just have to cut another month off of summer to make up for it.

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  • Why would we?

    All the negatives of starting school earlier still apply here! Drowsy Driving making more crashes! Worse health! More students passing out in class! Effectiveness will still be down, and now there won't even be that late-day period of actual work getting done! And short vacations or trips to nearby places will now be rendered nearly impossible, unless you do it all on Sunday, when you might need to shop or visit someone, or do who knows how many other things. Students might not be doing well, but pushing the schedule back, forth, or adding Saturday-half days to it will make matters worse.

  • Why would we?

    All the negatives of starting school earlier still apply here! Drowsy Driving making more crashes! Worse health! More students passing out in class! Effectiveness will still be down, and now there won't even be that late-day period of actual work getting done! And short vacations or trips to nearby places will now be rendered nearly impossible, unless you do it all on Sunday, when you might need to shop or visit someone, or do who knows how many other things. Students might not be doing well, but pushing the schedule back, forth, or adding Saturday-half days to it will make matters worse.

  • What Would We Learn?

    How much time would this really fetch us? A few hours so we can spend twenty to forty minutes in each class correcting yesterdays homework? Doing small amounts of busywork? Chatting? And then, we have all the negative sides of getting up early in the morning to factor in. Nearly to no time for breakfast. High school students would be involved in more drowsy-driving based accidents. Health and effectiveness in the classroom would be down. Stress would go up. Personal schedules would be disturbed. Short vacations and trips made impossible, unless done on Sunday, when you might need to shop. It's just a bad idea. And don't say I don't have evidence. An un-cited article stated that Chesterfield County high school , starting at 7:20 AM , had 29 percent more teen driving crashes than Henrico county high school, starting at 8:45 AM , during the weekdays in 2009 and 2010. Another study, published in either the Nov. 2007 or Nov. 2008 issue of “ Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine ”, supported the same information.

  • There should be no school fridays.

    Because no school is better than half of school off. Schools can save alot of money from no school on friday. Some more reasons are because to lower the governments education budget through mass reduction of many programs and simply to raise the morale of the students that get that extra day of. GOT YA!

  • There should be no school fridays.

    Because no school is better than half of school off. Schools can save alot of money from no school on friday. Some more reasons are because to lower the governments education budget through mass reduction of many programs and simply to raise the morale of the students that get that extra day of. GOT YA!


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