Your gender is NOT your sex Get this through your mind:
SEX = female and male
GENDER = masculine and feminine
your sex refers to your biological differences; your chromosomes, hormones, and internal and external sex organs.
Your gender describes the characteristics that a society or culture delineates as masculine or feminine
So while your sex might be female, your gender could be genderfluid, if your sex is male your gender could be transgender.
This is why they are called 'transgender' or 'genderfluid', not 'transsex' or 'sexfluid'
No, it should stay traditional My cousin lives in Australia where their schools runs on a single track year round school. I was asking her about it for the upcoming debate and she said that even though you have less time get for the "summer slide", the kids are even less motivated for school and some teachers get "teacher burnout" where the teachers don't want to teach from teaching for too long without long enough breaks, which would directly afftect the children's education.
Uh no, do your research Okay look, I know the so called 'traditional' school system is outdated, but year round schooling doesn't exactly benefit the kids. First, the teachers face what is called 'teacher burnout', where the teacher becomes unmotivated to teach. This would directly affect the students he/she is trying to teach. There have been multiple studies on if year round schooling actually is better for the students' education. Just to name one, a study done at Ohio State University in April of 2007 by Paul Von Hippel found that there are no differences in learning between kids who go to year round schools and kids who go to year round schools. He found that math and reading test scores improved at about the same rate for children at year round schools as they did for children at traditional nine month schools. “We found that students in year-round schools learn more during the summer, when others are on vacation, but they seem to learn less than other children during the rest of the year” this shows that even though the children that attend year round schools don’t have “summer slide” and learn during the summer, the rest of the year isn’t as academically better for them as traditional schools are. Von Hippel claims that “the problem with year-round schools may be that they don't actually add more school days to the 180 typically required” Instead of having a three-month summer vacation, year-round schools typically have several breaks of three to four weeks spread throughout the year. The total number of school days and vacation days remains unchanged, but they are distributed more evenly over the calendar.
There is also a paper from the state of california, this paper studies the effect of year-round school calendars on academic performance. This particular type of year-round calendar allows for schools to house more students within the same facility than other calendars and is often motivated by its potential to alleviate overcrowding as well as to save costs relative to new school construction. This paper finds that these financial savings “come at a cost” in terms of the quality of education produced, as measured by a school’s national percentile rank on standardized tests. Being on a multi-track year-round calendar results in a drop of 1–2 percentile points relative to a traditional calendar in national rank on reading, math and language scores. The policy implications are especially relevant to the current condition of the US education system, where many states are facing overcrowding problems and have implemented or are seriously considering implementation of year-round calendars as a remedy.
In conclusion, there is no data that shows year round schooling being beneficial to the students. (and if ya don believe me, look it up ur own hahahaha)