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As Another School Adopts a No-Homework Program, Is It Becoming the New Normal?

An elementary school in Park Slope, Brooklyn is abandoning traditional homework assignments in favor of an at-home learning program that also inspires more family time. After witnessing many other schools adopt a no-homework policy, parents and educators at P.S. 118 decided to do the same. Instead of homework assignments - like workbook exercises, for example - the school created a program called "Exercise Your Brain" that lists different fun, engaging, and interactive activities.
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