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  • https://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/RCED/article/view/55335/51268

 

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I am a teacher, and I receive comments and doubts from families on the subject of the continuous school day in primary schools. They want to know if, in addition to allowing them to reconcile family and work life, it increases their children’s school performance and academic results. My concern is whether the implementation of the continuous school day is supported and evidence-based.

After a search, I have not found sufficient evidence.

I find it necessary to provide new evidence on the impact of the school day models, as well as a comparison between them, presenting results that help to understand the impact of the type of school day on student learning.

I have found this study https://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/RCED/article/view/55335/51268 . If anyone has any evidence, it would be very helpful if you could provide it.

 

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