Which of the following pieces of evidence would best support an argument in favor of a longer school week?
A poll of student opinions in the school newspaper
A report from Department of Education describing research findings
An online petition requesting more hours in school signed by teachers
An editorial written by a parent explaining the benefits of more time in school
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D...or C or A..lol..IDK
lol wow, that lowers the options a lot :p
xD..lol..sarcastic behind have meh blushing my dad staring at meh rn..xD
lol, well you didn't lower the options at all lol
so you took out b
ok let me think
wait i could be B..
I think D
In all honesty, I belive (In my opinion) It would be "B", Only because, the DOE, is a most reliable source, plus, its not up to the students, its up to the DOE's laws, on school Hours, and it also depends on how many hours the DOE assigns to that particular school in general.
wow..now im confused
I believe it is B because to make your argument strong, you should have a credible evidence; and in this case, it'll be the DOE since they are the ones who implement school-related programs.