Do extended day programs improve student achievement?

  • Extended school days

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  • No they do not.

    Students are already overworked as it is, and extending their day will not make them achieve more. In fact, extended day programs will actually decrease student achievement overall. Students have to get up early, stay all day at school, many of them are involved in after school activities, and then theiy have homework. That is enough.

  • Let the kids be kids.

    Extended day programs seemed like a good idea on paper but in reality they don't do as well as advertised. The fact of the matter has been proven repeatedly: Kids need time to be kids, to play, to draw, to dream. Locking them up in classroom environments all day long doesn't do anything other than make the kid miserable.

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