The Advantages Of E-Day In Public Schools

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E-days. What are they, what happens, and how are they done? Some schools use e-days for snow, health scares, and other emergencies. Along comes a blizzard, the kids are home from school, which means parents must find a babysitter, get them there, and pay for the services. Some schools opt to replace snow days with e-days, which still would not help in the babysitter category but maybe could help in keeping them busy at the sitters’. But, what if this is a better solution? Would you want to find out more about this option? Here is some information on the advantages and drawbacks of using e-days.
E-days better known as electronic days is a substitute for any day in which schools must be closed. Most public schools have a few days built into their calendar; they usually range between three to five days in which students and staff do not have to make up days at the end of the year. Do students really do very much work on those added days? According to one student, they just goof off on those days. Armed with this information maybe e-days would be a great option. Let’s say that tomorrow your child has a snow day if they choose to make it an e-day instead it could keep your child’s mind busy with the work they would have learned at school that day. This would keep your child’s mind learning instead of having a lazy day where there isn’t any learning going on in their brain, which in some cases could cause regression. In one of the schools where they use e-days, they decided to

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