It seems to me quite pointless talking and writing about the dilemma of whether to have a one- or two-week spring break for our school children when the answer is evident.
Aren’t there enough vacations, holidays, professional days, sick days and days off in one school year
as it is?
Our children need as many educational days as possible so they are clever and more capable of post-secondary studies and other education, for being able to fill skilled professional positions needed for our economy.
It is their future — why is there a discussion about this topic when it is obvious?
When I was in school, there were only two months’ summer vacation, 10 days of Christmas holidays and one week of winter vacation plus three national holidays in a year.
There were no Saturdays off.
Children were smarter than they are now with smartphones. They could make responsible decisions by themselves because they could use their own brains, face the consequences.
Or is there political intension to keep our children dumb?