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Year-round schooling has an academic advantage over traditional schooling. Year-round schools will have class for a set number of days or weeks then have an intermission lasting a few weeks during which they do not attend school totaling a number of 180 days. “A year-round calendar offers the same 180 days as a traditional calendar” (Pros and Cons). Traditional schools will have 180 days of class with special breaks in between and a three month summer break where the kids do not return to school until fall. They were first established when America was an agricultural society (Lynch) to ensure the kids were home to help their parents harvest crops (Pros and Cons).
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The calendar was made this way to allow for children to be available to the family for farming during the months of summer. Although farming has declined, the traditional calendar has now been in effect for over a century and with the suggestions of Year-Round Schooling (YRS) educators are trying to update this “old” system of schooling. Year-Round Calendars Some might get the wrong impression when the term year-round education is brought... ... middle of paper ... ...rial. 26. Stenvall, M. (2003).