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The four-day week in education

The four-day week in education

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Four-day week.,
  • School week.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alvin K. J. Solinski.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxii, 37 leaves.
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18184507M

      A report from the Education Commission of the States examined six school districts and found that switching to a four-day schedule helped them shave their budgets by percent to percent. “In the Duval [County, Florida] school district, moving to a four-day week produced only a percent savings, yet that resulted in a budget. To avoid being identified as a deficit district, Webster County had to cut approximately 20 percent from its budget. After reviewing many options, the board of education decided in that implementing a four-day school week would be the most effective response to the financial crisis.

      Organisations adopt a four-day working week, the daily head count in the office drops by approximately 20% and the number of cars on the road drops by at least a fifth. Utah's state board of education revisited the issue in to tighten the legislation to ensure the shifting of hours was used only for a four-day week. Academic Merits In New Mexico, 18 of the state's 89 school districts are on the four-day school week.

      The four-school week is an increasingly visible example of the impact of state budget problems on rural education. This fall, fully one-fourth of South Dakota’s districts will .   Employees at a New Zealand company behind an innovative trial of a four-day working week have declared it a resounding success, with 78% saying they were better able to manage their work-life balance.


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Andrew Barnes' book (and groundswelling organizational psychology "movement") is built on the core principle of a four-day week, and, most importantly, the Rule - % pay, 80% of the time to deliver % of agreed productivity.5/5(7). With its emphasis on productivity, the four-day week tackles hard issues facing our world, for example stress and the breakdown in mental health, gender equality in pay, and the environmental crisis.

Four-day weeks offer significant societal benefits from relief of congested highways and public transport systems, reduction in healthcare costs. In The 4 Day Week, entrepreneur and business innovator Andrew Barnes makes the case for the four-day week as the answer to many of the ills of the 21st-century global economy.

Barnes conducted an experiment in his own business, the New Zealand trust company Perpetual Guardian, and asked his staff to design a four-day week that would permit them to meet their existing productivity requirements. Colorado leads the way with of its school districts having schools on a four-day week this year.

Most are in rural areas, but some metro areas, including the Brighton suburb of Denver, have made the switch. The short school week is not a new idea — South Dakota had a shorter week as far back as the s, Hayward : Stell Simonton.

Abstract: “The four-day school week is a concept that has been utilized in rural schools for decades to respond to budgetary shortfalls.

There has been little peer-reviewed research on the four-day school week that has focused on the perception of staff that work in school districts that have recently switched to the four-day model. a four-day week. For example, in Moffat County RE-1, only Maybell Elementary is on a four-day week.

Mesa County Val only New Emerson School is on a four-day week. This paper is intended as an overview of the practice.

Actual practices differ from district to. A research paper from the Henley Business School at the University of Reading in the UK found that businesses operating on a four-day week on full pay made an estimated annual saving of.

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In Autonomy’s own report on this issue, we proposed policies that would go a long way to achieving an actual four-day week within a decade. The creation of an organisation to.

four-day school week schedule on students, teachers, and parents in a particular community through an illustrative case study. Both quantitative and qualitative research methods were used to gather data. Analysis of the data revealed mixed results for the four-day school week schedule.

The 4-Day School Week Gets Introduced to Cities and Suburbs The public school in Campo, Colorado, hasn’t required all its students to come to class on Fridays for nearly two decades.

In The 4 Day Week, Andrew Barnes presents a radical, convincing case for a sustainable, profitable future in which we work less, but are more productive, engaged and satisfied.

He argues that the five-day working week is outdated and no longer fit for purpose in a hyper-connected era. With the four-day week, Barnes says we can have the best of all worlds: optimal productivity, work-life.

Yet there have been failures as well as successes. Back inthe U.S. programming education company Treehouse declared it would have no managers and a four-day week.

“ Literally, I was, like, fuck the hour workweek. We’re going to work 32 hours, because who says we can’t, right. As we adjusted to our new schedule, we found that besides the extra day for field trips, a four-day school week had several benefits. Benefit 1: Even More Flexibility. We all know that one of homeschooling’s greatest benefits is flexibility.

But a four-day school week means you have even more margin to flex. When spur of the moment. A study found that the four-day week had a detrimental effect on reading and math scores of third through eighth graders in rural Oregon districts, with “minority, low-income, and special.

Published in Print: Jas Beware the Four-Day School-Week Trap Related Stories "New Study Casts Doubt on Savings From Four-Day. Colorado is one of the states where districts stayed with the four-day week over the years. "It originally was for energy conservation, and people liked it, so it just kept going," said Morris Danielson, regional manager for the Colorado Department of Education.

Now 38 out of districts, and ten individual schools, have four-day weeks. A four-day week, or a compressed work schedule, is an arrangement where a workplace or school has its employees or students work or attend school over the course of four days per week rather than the more customary five.

This arrangement can be a part of flexible working hours, and is sometimes used to cut costs, as seen in the example of the so-called "4/10 work week," where employees work a. The purpose of this study was to determine what impact the four-day school week had on the Dakota STEP test by comparing four-day schools to themselves three years before their switch to their Dakota STEP test scores in –   A year ago, Cobre Consolidated School District moved to a four-day week to save money.

Now on Fridays, schools are closed. Overall, students spend 22 fewer days in. The most comprehensive study so far of the four-day week was completed last year by Robert W. Richburg and Robert W. Edelen of the rural education office at Colorado State.

Early findings from a study conducted by education experts Mary Beth Walker and Mark Anderson indicate that a four-day-week school schedule helps improve student achievement.

The researchers looked at schools in Colorado-where one-third of school districts have adopted the four-day-week schedule-and compared schools that had implemented the.

The Lathrop school district near Kansas City paved the way during the academic year when it adopted a four-day week due to financial .