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Argument: Traditional and year-round schools can exist side-by-side

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==Parent debate== ==Parent debate==
-*[[Debate: Year-long school]] - pro argument.+*[[Debate: Year-round school]] - pro argument.
==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
There is no conflict in having both educational systems in place in the same district. Don Heinzman writes, "The Cambridge elementary and middle year-round schools operate side by side with little controversy, due in part to strong school board, administrative and staff support."[http://www.hometownsource.com/columns_opinion/heinzman/stories/120100.html] There is no conflict in having both educational systems in place in the same district. Don Heinzman writes, "The Cambridge elementary and middle year-round schools operate side by side with little controversy, due in part to strong school board, administrative and staff support."[http://www.hometownsource.com/columns_opinion/heinzman/stories/120100.html]

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There is no conflict in having both educational systems in place in the same district. Don Heinzman writes, "The Cambridge elementary and middle year-round schools operate side by side with little controversy, due in part to strong school board, administrative and staff support."[1]

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