Block Scheduling Pros And Cons

10/5/2001 | Education Week

Block scheduling is the concept of changing school schedules so students can have longer periods and fewer classes each day. Research suggests it is not a proven means of raising scores on standardized tests; however, other studies show good reasons for implementing block scheduling: students feel less stressed, and grades go up when classes are longer.

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