A public school in Manhattan is trying a new approach to homework. It involves assigning less and getting parents involved more.
There is a homework debate brewing in Bergen County. Hundreds of parents have complained that their kids are just getting too much.
Across the country, teachers have turned the education process upside-down, in a new teaching trend where lessons are taught at home and students complete their homework at school.
Parents are upset and disgusted by a homework assignment that used scenarios about killing and whipping slaves to teach math.
To all those tiger moms and dads out there who push their children to excel in a competitive world, some of New York’s top private schools have a message for you: Sometimes less is more.
A lot of kids complain about homework, but now some parents are saying their children are getting too much and want it abolished.
Homework during the winter recess, many school districts assign it. But one New Jersey high school that has been plagued by a series of tragedies wants to give students a break during break. Is it a good idea?