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homework

1. school work done out of lessons, esp at home
2. any preparatory study
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The senator said that in several countries, those in the upper socio-economic class are enrolled in private schools have a heavier homework load compared to those in public schools.
It's true that there are parents who help with their children's homework.
Parental concerns about their children's homework loads are nothing new.
Bempechat reports that homework is most advantageous when:
Homework is supposed to be done by children so that they learn to be independent and not be spoon-fed.
Homework is an ongoing problem in many households - and one that's guaranteed to get worse as your children enter into their early teens.
In regards to parental involvement, a significant influence of parents' help in homework on elementary and secondary students' reported homework management strategies was found (Xu & Wu, 2013), namely environment, time, motivation and emotion management (Deslandes & Rousseau, 2008; Xu & Corno, 2003, 2006).
"When schools pull back on homework, we're not seeing negative impacts," says Vatterott, who is preparing an updated edition of her book.
their homework. But the question being asked by parents and child therapists for a while now is if excessive homework is resulting in unhealthy amounts of stress in children.
We get homework every week and the way we do homework at our school is really fun.
Elementary schools in Marion County, Florida will no longer burden students with hours of homework starting next school year, announced Superintendent Heidi Maier on Wednesday.