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Why I Did it: The 'No Homework' Letter | The Huffington Post


Aug 30, 2016 ... You may have seen the “no homework” letter I wrote last week. It ended up being shared quickly by thousands around the world when ...

Growing number of elementary schools now homework-free - CBS ...


Sep 26, 2016 ... SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. - Guess what, kids? No homework. Really. All year. A small but growing number of elementary schools and ...

Texas teacher implements no-homework policy, the Internet rejoices


Aug 23, 2016 ... A second grade teacher's no-homework policy has gone viral, thanks to a student's mother posting about it on Facebook.

Is Homework Good for Kids? Here's What the Research Says | TIME


Aug 30, 2016 ... The no-homework policy of a second-grade teacher in Texas went viral last week , earning praise from parents across the country who lament ...

Teacher cancels homework for rest of the year - CNN.com


Aug 23, 2016 ... It's no homework, all year long for one group of Texas second graders. ... A letter explaining the no-homework policy was given to parents; One ...

These kids now have a life without homework - The Boston Globe


Sep 13, 2016 ... With no homework to do, Ava Dennesen, 10, played with brother Eli, 4, ... A teacher in Texas has cancelled homework for her students for the ...

The case against homework | Parenting - GreatSchools


Also, my daughter, who is three years younger than my son, had more homework since she was caught up in No Child Left Behind. The standard became doing ...

Analyzing the No-Homework Approach - Skyward


Educator Newsletter Blog: Find out why an increasing number of schools are eliminating homework. Should your school become one of them?

School banks on no-homework policy, longer school day to fight ...


Sep 6, 2016 ... There are two words every student loves to hear from their teacher: 'no homework '.

Homework or No Homework - Dataworks Educational Research


TO GIVE OR NOT TO GIVE HOMEWORK…That is the question! The amount of homework students are given differs greatly across grade levels and states.