This author goes into deep detail about what year-round education is. In addition, it goes on to listing arguments that both pro-year-round education and anti-year-round education have. Then, it also lists links to articles about year- round schooling and research that has been done about year-round schooling. There is a little bias in this article at the very end of the paragraph introducing the links. The biases in the text add on to the purpose and help understand the different sides more, making this a good article.
This article mainly focuses on how a year-round school system can be beneficial to students who have learning disabilities or have a hard time remembering everything they learned in the school year over the summer. The bias in this article is very clear because the author doesn't mention any disadvantages to this type of schooling system. He only talks about the research that has been conducted on this subject and how schools can change their systems. This article can be useful because it gives full understanding of the benefits of having a year-round school system.
Are American children getting the right education? It is shown that students in other countries that have more school days rank higher in math and science. The article then goes on to talk about what year- round schooling is. It also contains a list of pros and cons. Although the first paragraph has some bias in favor of year-round schooling, the pros and cons list in the bottom half of the page makes it easy to compare and see if it has more benefits or disadvantages.
The author talks about what year-round education is and how it is good for kids. It also gives facts about why year-round education is a great idea. Then it has people’s opinions about how they feel about being in a year-round education. Yes, there is bias in this text but it a good website because it gives the reader a feel for how teachers and kids feel being in year-round schooling. And the website has the pros and cons of a year-round education.
There are two different types of year-round schooling calenders: Single-track and Multi-track. Single-track is when all students and the staff are in school at the same time. During a multi-track calendar, one group of students and staff are on vacation while the others are in school. A year round school system benefits students with learning disabilities because it is easier to retain information learned at school over shorter vacation breaks. The bias in this article supports year-round schooling because he talked a lot more about the benefits of year-round schooling than the disadvantages. The website is a good source because it shows why year-round schooling can be a good thing.