This article gives multiple reasons for each side and takes polls on what side people think. I like this source because it has a lot of people's ideas and it has a ton of different people that chose a side. I think that this source will have bias because people will choose different sides because they saw how other people voted. I like this source because of all the different opinions and arguments.
The article, "Year-Round Schooling: 3 Common Arguments Against It" by Mathew Lynch, gives three very good general reasons to not have year-round school. The article is very good because it gives me an opposite view to my other article that gave a personal idea on only one side of the article. This one also obviously has some bias because it is only giving one side. It is a good source still though because it contradicts my other one and gives general reasons with explanation.
The article, "Time to say 'yes' to year-round school", it argues only the pros of year-round school. I thought this source would be good to just see an opinion of one person who specifically has made up their mind and can only see one way. Obviously I know that there is some definite bias in this because it even says in the title that it is only say 'yes'. This source would still be good because I want strong evidence for only this side right now.
The article, "The Year-Round School Debate" by Mary Brown, gives pros and cons of the year-round school system. It does not go into as much detail as Sindhu Nair's article, but it does offer straight to the point reasons for each. The article also offers another option as a year-round system that brings up interesting points. I can see a possible bias because it talked about more pros for the year-round school side. I think this would still be a good source because it offers easy to understand reasons why for each and gives me an even stronger argument for why we should have year-round school if I get that side.
The article, "Should American Schools Go Year Round?" by Sindhu Nair, argues the pros and cons of year-round school and the traditional system. The article starts off with a nice background of how the year round school debate began. Also the article provides an explanation of what year round school would really be like. Eventually the article gets to the good and bad parts about each system. The article also never states which side is better, stating that schools are experimenting with each system and the winner is yet to be determined. The great part about this source is that it seems to have no bias in it. There could possibly bias towards the year-round system because it is on a teacher website, but really this would still be a good source to use because teachers could really lean towards either system.