Redefining what homework could and should be

Homework is so engrained in our idea of school that it’s difficult to find an adult who doesn’t remember a teary night struggling with a school assignment. That’s a pattern administrators and district leaders can break. While teachers individually make choices on what work to send home with students, administrators can set policies with a more district-wide affect.

Having students practice work outside of school can be helpful, giving them time to master material, and build upon lessons learned during school hours.

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