The local school board is concerned with student performance onstandardized tests and is considering implementing a year-round program instead of the traditional ten-month program. Supporters of this idea say that studentstend to forget a great deal over the summer months and much of the current school year is wasting on catching students up. Opponents of the plan state that students and teachers need the summer break and that year-round schooling would cost too much money.
In your opinion, should the school implement the year-round program instead of the traditional ten-month program?
In your essay, take a position on this question. You may write about one of the points of view mentioned above, or you may give another point of view on this issue. Use specific examples and reasons for your position.