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School’s out as districts weigh lightening homework loads


School districts from coast to coast are weighing the elimination of homework on weekends and holidays, part of a move by educators to rein in student workloads, Reuters reports. Officials at public schools in Galloway Township, New Jersey, this week proposed no more homework on weekends and holidays for their 3,500 students, and the Pleasanton Unified School District in northern California suggested drastic changes to homework policy for the 14,500-student district…

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