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Year Round School An Annual Mistake Throughout time education has been considered a process that every so often must be improved The education quality in the US has declined over the years and people have been looking for a way to make improvements A more recent proposal has been to go from a traditional nine month schedule to an all year program Supporters of year round school claim it gives the student a better education However the prospect of year round school is not beneficial to the taxpayers pocket to the education a student receives or to the people involved with the district All year school ends up costing the school district and surrounding community more money than a traditional nine month schedule More funds would be needed to cover the costs of paying the teachers and staff for one full year instead of for 180 days work Sevetson 2 Teachers currently make an average of 37 000 in the United States However the costs would increase to 53 000 to keep the teachers for a full year Somerby 8 Currently a district uses a lot of its budget on paying teachers Once the increased costs are put in place the budget depletes rapidly Yet teachers must be paid as they are the cornerstone of education Also it takes additional funds to run the school all year due to things such as air conditioning in the summer White 28 Many schools due not currently need AC systems to be used However AC is a costly amenity and if schools are held open three additional months AC becomes a heavy factor Not to mention the level of supplies and paper that is consumed would be more than 33 larger Sardo- Brown 26 Costs per school for items such as paper increase due to constant use White 29 Students would be deprived of such simple items such as worksheets
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