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Today’s teens are in “a period of peak homework.” A University of Michigan study shows that the average time students spend on homework each week has jumped from two hours and 38 minutes in 1981 to nearly four hours in 2004, and 42% of students told the National Center for Education Statistics that they’re assigned homework five or more days a week.

May 01 2018

Today’s teens are in “a period of peak homework.” A University of Michigan study shows that the average time students spend on homework each week has jumped from two hours and 38 minutes in 1981 to nearly four hours in 2004, and 42% of students told the National Center for Education Statistics that they’re assigned homework five or more days a week. Experts say increased homework is a response to globalization, but a Penn State study found that how much homework a country assigns has no correlation to their students’ test scores. (The Atlantic)