What We’re Watching: Do American Kids Have Too Much Homework?



By Education Next 03/21/2014

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In a new report put out by the Brown Center on Education Policy at Brookings, Tom Loveless finds that “data do not support the view that the homework burden is growing, nor do they support the belief that the proportion of students with a lot of homework has increased in recent years.”

This video explains the findings.

The report, “Homework in America,” is available here.

Also by Tom Loveless: “What Do We Know about Professional Development?

-Education Next




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