Scrapping Saturdays. . .

22868827This Blurbcast is about how the French government is taking away Saturday classes in elementary schools and middle schools may follow. The President is taking the classes away so the time will be better suited for underperforming students to get extra help. Most French teachers and parents prefer this change. This is new because Saturdays were used for religious school study, which aren’t around anymore.

Most people like the changes that they have made because they have more time with their kids. This is because most parents have the weekends off, which are spent with kids. On the other side of the story, having Saturday in school is good because kids get extra help. So what do you think? 

Here’s what we think:

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About Bill Ferriter

I'm a real-live, bona-fide, full-time practicing classroom teacher. #takeTHAT
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