Recess: Bettering Children and the School System By Makenna Shafer

Success in the classroom may not be found within the room itself.
Success for the classroom can also be found outside.
Having longer recesses will help improve academic skills.
Having higher academic scores will help school districts perform better.
Having better academic skills will help benefit students for there future.

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