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homework

1. school work done out of lessons, esp at home
2. any preparatory study
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"There are those who are studious, who want to study on their own, but we don't need homework because these will be additional burden," she said.
Our teachers are trained educators, we know the value of homework," Basas said.
Homework is not intended to make life difficult for our students," he added.
Alfred Vargas, seeks to ban homework for elementary and secondary students during weekends.
(1998) explored Grade 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 students (N = 709), parents, and teachers (N = 82) attitudes toward homework, what proportion of homework was completed and achievement.
Besides investigating teachers and students homework practices and their relations with achievement, parents role in homework has been a focus of research.
(2012) pointed out a need for differentiating parental homework involvement such that not all involvement types may be beneficial for student outcomes.
In the first round of HomeWorks and StoreWorks, 699 dwelling units and 36 commercial spaces in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens have been rehabilitated and sold.
Under the HomeWorks program, started in 1995, vacant one- to four-family, City-owned buildings are conveyed through a competitive request-for-proposals process to experienced developers at $1/building, then completely rehabilitated and sold to individual home buyers at market prices.
Building on the success of HomeWorks, the StoreWorks Program was started in 1997 to rehabilitate small, vacant, City-owned, mixed-use buildings and restore them to private ownership.
Vallone asserts that the "Homeworks" program "would cost the City only $20 million in the first year.
Vallone offered "Homeworks" as an example of the type of new initiative needed to revitalize the City's economy.