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    Friday, April 29 2016, 09:24 AM - #Permalink
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    Arizona has no laws that limit the amount of homework a teacher may assign. There are no federal laws limiting homework assignments, either.
    Some studies suggest that a ten-minute-times-grade-level formula is the best guide. So, a first-grader ideally would get no more than ten minutes (10 x 1) of homework to do, and a high school sophomore--a tenth-grader--would get no more than a hundred minutes (10 x 10) of homework to do each night.
    You can read about the controversy over homework on Wikipedia: Wikipedia.org/wiki/Homework#Amount_of_homework_required.

    What this means to you:

    Your teacher may assign as much or as little homework as he or she thinks is appropriate.
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