"To Chew, or Not To Chew?"

Should gum-chewing be allowed in schools?

"To Chew, or Not To Chew?"

This has probably been a surfacing debate in many schools across the world. "Chew, or Not To Chew?" I say kids should be allowed to chew gum in school. This may have some cons, but the pros beat out the cons. The opposing side, may say that gum creates lack of concentration in classes. While this may be true in come cases, in many, this is actually the opposite. According to the article, "To Chew, or Not To Chew?", gum increases productivity and concentration while learning. "most importantly, gum promotes learning by helping students work better and longer." This has been proven by improved final grades, and the amount of work turned in. Not only does gum improve education, but it also lessens the cavity risk in our teeth. This is not the sugar gum, but it is specifically the sugar free gum like Trident. According to Trident, the experiment produced on their customers worked well and proved that cavities are 70% reduced. Others can say that gum will decrease productivity and increase tooth rotting, but if you chew gum companies like Trident, and Wrigley, then it will decrease tooth decay chances, and increase the attention spam time.