Some students attend school 180 of the 365 days in a year About what part of the year do they attend school How do you solve this problem?
The question is asking for a ratio. To find a ratio in this case, you divide the smaller number by the bigger number. Divide 180 by 365 and you will find the part of the year students attend school.
Divide the number of days total by the number attended. 365/180=2.0278, Round that down to 2, they go to school 1/2 of the year.
Check: 180*2=360 days
Check: 180*2=360 days
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If you mean school in the United States then it is for 13 years. That is including kindergarten. *More specifically students are required to attend school from the age of 6 until a certain age, maybe 16. This "drop out" age is determined by each state. It normally takes a student 13 years to com…plete kindergarten-12th grade. But some students finish earlier or take longer depending on performance. Save (MORE)
Are there grounds for a lawsuit if your son is in his last year of attending a Catholic school and the school has demonstrated continuous favoritism of other students?
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Jackie Robinson enrolled in John Muir high school in 1935. Afterhis high school career he attended UCLA before enlisting in themilitary.
Each state has different requirements for school attendance.Generally most states require that students attend 180 days out ofthe year.
If you are sixteen and have to finish out your school year and you do not attend the sufficient amount of school days is the school legally allowed to put you on PINS?
Yes it i very importanting to finish school because now days u cant even get a job with out a dimpola!!!so that means to finish school so u can have a good job and become famous!!!!!!!!
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I think the answer is 0.25% I am sorry if this is incorrect but I hope it helps.
His senior year at KU was my freshman year, so he must have been in high school from fall of 1957 to spring of 1961.
yes because its a USA law and every day you miss you have to make up unless the super attendent doesnt want to and feels like that shouldn't happen .
The reason there is 180 days in a school year is because the school systems are dumb asses (: thank you for your time. Have a GREAT DAY (:
i do not have a answer i have a question how long did Elvis Presley attendend school and how many years ?
The following is by and according to the U.S. Department of Labor and particular to the education and training required for a registered nurse. . The three major educational paths to registered nursing are a bachelor's degree, an associate degree, and a diploma from an approved nursing program. Nu…rses most commonly enter the occupation by completing an associate degree or bachelor's degree program. Individuals then must complete a national licensing examination in order to obtain a nursing license. Further training or education can qualify nurses to work in specialty areas, and may help improve advancement opportunities.. Education and training. There are three major educational paths to registered nursing-a bachelor's of science degree in nursing (BSN), an associate degree in nursing (ADN), and a diploma. BSN programs, offered by colleges and universities, take about 4 years to complete. In 2006, 709 nursing programs offered degrees at the bachelor's level. 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In theory, school time from Monday to Friday. Owing to drastic competition many students have extra classes on Saturday. It seems the government has taken measure to lighten students burden, but it cant control the situtation.
Becoming a lawyer usually takes 7 years of full-time study -4 years of undergraduate study, followed by 3 years of law school.
18 years Students are required to attend school from the age of 6 until a certain age, maybe 16. This "drop out" age is determined by each state. It normally takes a student 13 years (from age 5 or 6 until the age of 18) to complete kindergarten-12th grade. But some students finish earlier or t…ake longer depending on performance. (MORE)
she attended school her freshman and sophomore year and then was homeschooled for junior and senior year while on the road touring with celebs like brad paisley
All citizens must attend school for at least nine years. The government provides primary education for six years, starting at age six or seven, followed by six years of secondary education for ages 12 to 18. Â§EscapeNinjaÂ§
Some families can not afford to pay for school, and some students have been expelled from other schools that it may be hard to find a school that will let them in. or is that school is boring schools are being to hard to there students or the teachers push there students too hard.
It is not legal to quit school at 17 you have to be 18. At 17 you are so close, keep going. You'll make more money with a high school diploma that without one. Even more if you go to a college or trade school.
It all depends on what your going to school for. For instance, if you are going to be a doctor you would attend school for 4 to 6 years longer then let's say a teacher.
well they hopped the board with no money so inless that mexican is good at cutting grass than they probly wont be able to attend school untill they can afford it
You start school at pre-school when you are 3 yeas of age so you leave school at 17 years of age so therefore you go to school for 19 years
It doesn't matter whether it's a private or public school, if you're enrolled you have to go. Unless you're sick, there's a family emergency, or you have an appointment with a doctor.
well, in some cases there are much shyer children than others! and, many children are insecure about looks or even more. Remember, puberty kicks in towards junior high! and bullying is most definitely applied. children go through plenty in school that teachers are also unaware of. like, pot heads, k…illers, and like i said, bullying and teasing. ITS ALL apart of "growing up". But like others, we have the wild and outgoing that everyone wants to hangout with! they just absorb everyone and lock them in like gravity. They may also be known as "the popular". but every school has those kids. They may even be the bullies at your school but don't let that bring you down! there is much more in life than a bunch of dumb mean teasing bullies so forget them,, (: (MORE)
From 1852 through 1918 the individual states enacted compulsory school attendance laws, with Pennsylvania being the first state to pass it in 1852, and Mississippi being the last in 1918. Alaska and Hawaii had the federal mandate until they achieved statehood, and it became state law at that time.
Rachael Ray attended elementary school in 1982. Even though she was one year behind in her schooling.
The problem with students not attending school is that they dont wanttt to go.. school is boring and shoulddd remain at only one hour
Technically you cant force anyone to do anything, but if you are under 18 it is the law that you must be in school until you graduate.
No, and yes. She would have to attend some form of schooling until she turned 16, but she could certainly drop out of public school and enroll in a corespondence school or take up homeschooling with a responsible adult. Online high schools are also a viable option.
The number of post-graduate years needed after medical school depends on the type of physician you want to be. Since this is categorized under pediatrics, I assume you want to know about that particular specialty. In order to be a pediatrician, you need a minimum of three years of residency trainin…g (training after medical school). (MORE)
if a student attends school then they are there and can do the work and therefore gain knowledge but if they don't attend school the student is not there and they can't learn, and if the student is in year 10,11,12 or even further more then when it comes to the time of the exam the student would not… be able to achieve high marks. (MORE)
It is preferred they attend school at least until they reach the age of thirteen. Education onward from that point is acceptable. I do not know exactly the exact amount of years, and am wondering about this question too, so this is pretty much all I know ^-^ Hope it helps!
Do you have to be a student right out of high school in order to attend a four year college or university?
No, you can go to college at any age! However, most colleges and universities require a high school diploma or GED for entrance. Good luck!
Students should attend school no matter what to get an education because 75% of prison inmates are dropouts and students that have graduated can make 10,000 dollars more a year than ones that didnt. And I think you need an education you can't even spell choose right, I'm a grammar nazi sorry
Grunnskole (mandatory) is 10 years. 7 years on barneskole and 3 years on ungdomsskole . At ungdomsskolen you get your first grades. When you are done with grunnskolen, you can move on with videregÃ¥ende (voluntary). VideregÃ¥ende is 2-3 years. Studiespesialiserende (general studies) is 3 years. …Yrkesfag (vocational) is 2 years. (MORE)
Well to be honest I might not answer your question the way you want it but I'll try make this easy & simple for you. I would most DEFINITELY not ! go to school 7 days a week because you have so much things you need to do for the weekends like Friends, & not to mention your Parents & also your sibl…ings who need you there what about leisure time Gym,Clubbing,Church etc. not just spend your only quality time @ school it's not at all bad but it might destroy your brain we need to rest --> IT'S JUST A WASTE ! -.- (MORE)
The least amount of school years that a potential doctor will need to take after graduating high school is twelve. Only four of those years are actually in medical school.
most commonly regular american students attending reqular public school would attend the learning facility of their local neighborhood of possible choice by five times a week, monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and friday. you're welcome brainless person who asked this. :)
John Deere's formal education was sketchy. The son of a tailor, he assisted in his father's shop until, at age 17, he apprenticed himself to a blacksmith and four years later, went into business for himself.
Janet Jackson was born May 16, 1966, Usually Elementary school range between the age of 5 thru 11, so I would say 1971-1977
William Shakespeare was thought to attend King Edward the fourth Grammar School in Stratford. At the age of seven in 1571, he should have started his semester. He left school at age fourteen in 1578.
In USA average college student's age is 75 year old. You can attend a college as early as you are a fetus with developed limb buds, indicating that you have a potential to write once you leave your momy's vagina.
It depends which country you're in. In the UK - it's a legal requirement for all children between theages of 5 and 16 to attend full-time educationunless they're being home-schooled.