The author’s oldest son reads “Harry Potter;” some educators and parents argue that too much homework leaves little time for activities such as outdoor play and reading.
The author’s oldest son reads “Harry Potter;” some educators and parents argue that too much homework leaves little time for activities such as outdoor play and reading. Lauren Knight Washington Post
The author’s oldest son reads “Harry Potter;” some educators and parents argue that too much homework leaves little time for activities such as outdoor play and reading. Lauren Knight Washington Post

The question of homework: Should our kids have it at all?

February 25, 2016 12:55 PM

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