Homework Less Is More

Many high school teachers today believe that students need to be in a constantly academic setting for students to truly thrive.
Less time devoted to homework means that students can spend more time doing healthy, productive extracurricular activities.

Basketball is just one of the many past times that promote healthy activity.

Getting outdoors can be a good use of more free time, allowing for students to help bond with others.

Sportsmanship is also another example of extracurriculars that can also help to build teamwork and self confidence, something lacking in many teenagers today.

If teachers come together to figure out a new way to deliver loads of homework, They will be helping to enable their students to be more successful.


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