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  • Summer Budget Proposal

    According to Pahl and Richter (2007), threats are possible events or forces outside of the organization’s control that must be plan for or agree upon how to mitigate. One of the biggest threats that PCA faces is low enrollment during the summer months. It is unfortunate that in the general area, parents do not seek summer child care. Because summer months’ fees are usually higher based on summer activities, parents tend to find alternative child care which means that children will not be attending the academy. Low enrollment for 10-11 weeks has a negative impact on summer revenues which cause teachers to be laid off without pay. The business continues to survive through these difficult months; however, much summer budget planning and forecasting are conducted prior to summer months. Not only careful budget planning is imposed during the summer months, PCA recognizes that during summer vacation, many students have the chances of losing knowledge and skills (McCombs, Cross, Lichter, McInnis, Bodilly, Schwartz, and Augustine, n.d.) The authors have expressed that by the end of…

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  • Summer Break Benefits

    they wait for the final bell to ring, the signal that announces the start of summer break…but it never comes. As “horrifying” as that sounds, that has been the norm for 10% of publicly-enrolled students, or about 3,000 schools residing in the United States according to the educational company, Niche on their statistical data about year-round schooling. This issue has been debated time after time and is widely loathed by many adolescents; most who have never experienced the benefits that emerge…

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  • Summer Vocation Essay

    If you ask me my plans for the summer vocation, I will reply you many answer. I am very like the summer vocation. Because it is my last summer vocation, firstly I will go out to travel with my friends, I want to XiAn best, I like old city very much. Then, I plan to buy a guitar, I really want to learn play the guitar, because I used agree on learning play the guitar with a boy who is my best friends. I also want to learn cook, my mother always decline to teach me cooking, she thinks I need’nt…

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  • Summer Break Summary

    What do you think the main focus on the article is? I think the the main focus in this article is about taking summer break from the students and the teachers. Although they are talking about switching school to a year round schedule. Although there some people that don’t want it yearly like me but the students have some learning lost. However schools with lower income have the biggest drops. Meanwhile the author focuses on learning loss from summer break. Also the author talks about the effects…

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  • Summer Vacation Essay

    For a high-school student, the best time is the three-month summer vacation. It is so awaited that once it comes, children completely forget the word “school” and enjoy the free time as much as they can. Unfortunately, the consequences after this three month vacation strongly affects the student test achievements in a negative way. The problem is being discusses for years and there are not any permanent solutions yet, but there are many proven facts, which indicate that when children are outside…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Summer Break

    year or if they should get a summer break. If kids go to school all year they will be better educated because they will not have a long break where they forget a significant amount of information that they have learned from their previous school year. If there was school all year then kids would still get their three months off but it would just be spread throughout the whole school year. But on the other hand if kids get a summer break they can get jobs and most people would say that kids need…

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  • Shorter Summer Break Essay

    schooling? Educators believe that by students having such a long summer they forget most of what they learn when they come back to school. There is discussion on whether students should have a shorter summer and long breaks during the school year so students are more likely to remember what they learned. Educators believe that a shorter summer breaks will improve students abilities to remember what they learned during the school year. This is why I believe they are right. I never put too much…

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  • Summer Break Research Paper

    Around the U.S., schools everywhere have been switching to the year-round schedule, one with no summer break, yet more frequent brakes. Many people feel Florida should switch to it too, and that is the smart choice, for less memory loss and refreshment. Although more people enjoy the log summer break, they lose some memory of what they did before it. To begin with, memory loss over summer break is very high. Some kids can only remember a major low amount of what they learned before. This…

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  • Summer Break: The Benefits Of Year-Round School

    Most students enjoy summer vacation, but some educators feel that summer break is too long and that students do not retain information as easily when they return in the fall. Some people argue that there should be year-round schools, where there would be a 3-4 week break in the Summer, a longer Winter break, and a week off in the Spring and Fall. Summer break is very beneficial to students. Summer break is something students look forward to all year. For students, summer break means less stress…

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  • Essay On Importance Of Summer Vacation

    The Importance of Summer Vacation As an archway will fall without a sturdy keystone, an education system failing to teach the next generation adequately will fail to give way to progress in the world. Summer vacation is essential to successful learning and development in youth as it gives them a break from stress and allows them time to explore the type of learning that happens outside of the traditional classroom. In order to completely evaluate this topic, one must observe both extremes of…

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