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It encourages the discipline of practice.
That gives the student an advantage later on in life when seeking a vocational career
It gets parents involved with a child’s life
tudents can engage their learning process with their parents so everyone can be involved.
It teaches time management skills.
This creates independent thinking and develops problem-solving skills.
Homework creates a communication network.
Homework is a bridge that opens lines of communication between the school, the teacher, and the parent
It provides more time to complete the learning process.
That can benefit students greatly over time
It reduces screen time.
It discourages time being spent in front of the television or playing games on a mobile device.
It allows for a comfortable place to study.
it is possible to retain additional information that may get lost within the standard classroom environment.
It can be treated like any other extracurricular activity.
Homework can be treated as one of these activities
School is already a full-time job for kids.
There is no evidence that homework creates improvements
Not every home is a beneficial environment.
In other homes, there may be little or no education investment into the child.
It discourages creative endeavors.
It encourages a sedentary lifestyle.
A sedentary lifestyle has numerous direct associations with premature death as children age into adults.
Homework is difficult to enforce.
Children benefit from playing.
With too much homework, a child doesn’t have enough time to play and that can impact their learning and social development
Extra time in school does not equate to better grades.