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Los Angeles school district suspends homework limit policy


A new policy that caps homework as a percentage of a student’s overall grade has been suspended, the Huffington Post reports. Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy announced Wednesday that the policy, which limited homework’s weight to 10 percent of a student’s grade, was enacted without enough public input. The policy went into effect July 1…

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