by Courtney Belolan
Just the other day a colleague sent me a note saying “please post about homework!” I can’t say I’m surprised, the homework question is one of the perennial questions in education; I even wrote about it last year. And like a stubborn weed, it spawns and shoots many other questions:
How much homework should students have?
Is homework for practice or learning?
Is it fair to assign homework that relies on internet access?
What is the purpose of homework?
How does homework count, if at all?
Does everyone have to do the same homework?
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