The author of the September/October Speaking Out article argues that educators must change the way they look at homework. “Homework isn’t a single thing and its applications are far from consistent,” the author writes. “While proponents and opponents of homework battle, little is being done to bring widespread and beneficial change.”
Read the article for yourself and let us know what you think. What conversations have you had with your teachers about giving, and grading, homework? Do you agree with the author that teachers should count summative assessments more than formative ones?