While Japan excels in math and science, America falls behind.
Although, it has been proven that there are some disadvantages to this type of schooling prevents all schools from switching to this type of scheduling. It does not matter which side you are on there are opponents to each side.
Thanks to our government, we have public education in which we have free kindergarten through 12th grade.
Indeed, the literature on one of the most important policy questions facing many school systems in America continues to be comprised primarily of commentaries from informed supporters or detractors, with few direct contributions from specialists with actual experience working with year-round schools.
Times have changed, what once was considered a time to relax, read a good book, catch fireflies while eating pizza in the shade, no longer exist Families have grown accustomed to a traditional school calendar that provides time for bonding throughout the year. At home, you can enjoy the season of fall with pumpkins, Halloween, and beautiful weather.
The driver is intrigued and decides to do some research. It has been traditionally that children have to go to school for days, starting in August and ending in May, and have a summer vacation for the remaining three months. However in more than districts nation wide, problems have been resolved by year round schooling.
Each innovation has helped in some way or another to develop better academic programs in schools around the United States.