Argument: Year-round schools, with equal vacation time, is no better for learning
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"Year-round Schools Don't Boost Learning, Study Finds". Science Daily. 14 Aug. 2007 - “We found that students in year-round schools learn more during the summer, when others are on vacation, but they seem to learn less than other children during the rest of the year,” said Paul von Hippel, author of the study and research statistician in sociology at Ohio State.