Does homework improve student achievement?

02/27/2013 | District Administration magazine

For as long as teachers have been assigning homework, students have been complaining about it. Some researchers have found a connection between higher achievement and the amount of homework that students complete, while others have found either no connection or evidence that students performed worse on exams after spending more time on homework.

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