by National Education Association, Professional and Organizational Development/Research Division in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Other titles||Year round schools.|
|Series||What research says about -- no. 8.|
|Contributions||National Education Association of the United States. Professional and Organizational Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
Administrators, faculty, and parents have been weighing the pros and cons of year-round schooling for a long time. They cite a variety of reasons for this scheduling change: growing school enrollments, working parents, and shrinking budgets.4/5. Juggling different school schedules is one of the toughest problems parents of children in both year-round and traditional schools face. Many high schools don't employ a year-round calendar because of sports schedules. And teens want to be able to take summer jobs. The year-round schedule can make finding appropriate childcare a problem too. Administrators, faculty, and parents have been weighing the pros and cons of year-round schooling for a long time. They cite a variety of reasons for this scheduling change: growing school enrollments, working parents, and shrinking budgets. Hundreds of school districts in the USA and Canada have adopted year-round school schedules and many more are considering the option. This is the first book in the literature on year-round education and calendar modification that focuses on teachers' perceptions of the change and how their lives are impacted by it. Educational leaders who plan to implement calendar reform will find this book a guide in their efforts to involve an important stakeholder group in that change. -- by: 1.
Schools worldwide strive for these goals. But what is year-round education and how can it help schools? "Year-round education is a change in the school year calendar so the long summer vacation of the traditional school year is reduced to some degree," explains Charles Ballinger, executive director of the National Association for Year-Round Education (NAYRE). Year-Round Calendar Plans. Often, year-round schooling is a reorganization of a “normal” school schedule. Here are a few of the different plans: plan (45 days on/15 days off) plan (60 days on/20 days off) plan (90 days on/30 days off) When it comes to YRE schedules, there are single tracks and multitracks. A school using a "single track" year-round calendar is simply changing the instructional/vacation sequence of the school year; all the students and staff are in school or vacation at the same time. But a school using a "multitrack" year-round calendar does something quite different; it divides the entire student body and staff into different. Proponents of year-round schools say it may be a way to increase academic achievement, but opponents have also identified potential drawbacks. The debate over year-round schools has uncovered pros and cons that give pause to parents about whether it .
Most schools in the United States operate on the month calendar that was established when America was still an agrarian country. But times have changed and many people propose doing away with this outdated system and moving to year-round education. Dillard Elementary, New Vision School to try two-schools-in-one. Beginning for the academic year, the New Vision School of Science, Math and Technology will move into the Dillard facility and will lead both a year-round and traditional calendar school program under one roof. When districts start using year-round calendars, mothers of school-age children work less, and property values decline — two signs that parents prefer the . The year 'round party book;: Complete plans for party programs covering the red letter days of each month, for use in churches, schools, camps, clubs, fraternal .