Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 92
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 92

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, June 18, 1970
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ALL EDITIONS 80 The Arizona Republic x Phoenix, limn., June 18,1970 Chateau & Briaml 600 U.S. districts consider merits of extended school vear BPMMb,:2tfi oens NOT JOHK. UKt ZEE NOOTH j CACOLINA. T WE AR6 UST.' By PATRICIA McCORMACK United Press International NEW YORK - About 600 school districts nationwide are considering the extended school year (ESY), which Would keep schools open in the summer. A report in the School Management journal says education administrators weighing the extended school year want to: % CWP CHOPPEb ONtON TABLESPOON'S CF.BWnE*. IN 7. tAfcLESTWOWS 8.OUI?. At>D I'/iCUPS CANME& TOMATOES AND I BEEF.SMREbbEIX ANb SIMMER FOIMO MINUTES. ASTROLOGER'S LUCK PAHARGANJ, India (AP) — Astrologer Harbans Lai won $13,300 in the New Delhi lottery. He said he won with the aid of intricate astrological calculations. But since the same astral conditions will not occur again, he won't buy any more tickets. —Saveinoney. —Maka greater use of present facilities. —Delay needed construction and thus sidestep going to taxpayers for bond issues. Pay teachers more by letting them work longer and allowing few teachers to handle more children. —Prevent loss of learning during long summer vacations. ; —Help the disadvantaged catch up. —Let bright pupils accelerate. "The logic is all there," School Management said, "but it's bucking tradition and emotion." Though the idea of the extended school year.has been cropping- up every so often since 1924, there are no stud- ies to show that better education results. Velma G. Adams, formerly executive editor of School Management and author of the report, said: "To save money and equalize the teacher load throughout the year, ESY must be mandatory — and here's where most communities balk. "Parents, especially in Northern climates, apparently don't want children home for aft extended period during the winter. (This happens when vacation quartets are rotated throughout the year, instead of occurring only in summer.) "Such parents believe children need a long, lazy summer. They also argue that families need to vacation together with all the children free at one time." «/ Mrs. Adams said the only perswi craiadftg for ESY witt missionary zeal is George I. Thomas, of the Office of Research and re- evaluaUon, New York State Department of Education. He favors a plan he calls "multiple trials." Under this plan, stadents enter aH8 leave a program at any time during the year. He figures that with multiple trials a school district could release 25 per cent of its spade at once. And he believes objections of families can be overcome by scheduling children from one family on identical ESY cycles. 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