Homework Guidelines

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Use the Healthy Homework Guidelines to advocate for change at your school.

Students can take a handful of college prep or AP classes at one time.Kindergarten policies ask parents to also put in work by reading to their children.As a student graduates to higher grades, that time goes up to roughly 30 minutes in third grade, 45 minutes in grade six, and about an hour in junior high."It's up to the principal to see how it's being implemented." HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH?Homework should be relevant and purposeful, said Denise Pope, a senior lecturer in Stanford University's School of Education and director of Challenge Success, a project with schools to counter the causes of adolescent academic stress."But I know there are standards to keep up with." Jillian and Ronny Acosta spend about 15 minutes a day reading to Donnie, their second-grader at Thorner Elementary School.Then there's a weekly packet of math and spelling problems Donnie has to complete. The policies, school officials say, are instead used as a guide."Ours are just guidelines for teachers to follow," said Bakersfield City School District spokesman Steve Gabbitas."It's been a while since I've been in the second grade, but I don't remember having as much work as they get today," Jillian Acosta said. We use cookies and other technologies to customize your experience, perform analytics and deliver personalized advertising on our sites, apps and newsletters and across the Internet based on your interests.


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