High School Teachers in One California School District Don’t Want to Coordinate Assignments

Seventy eight percent of high school teachers in the Las Virgenes Unified School District in California admitted in a recent survey that they don’t see any need to coordinate their assignments, according to an article in The Acorn, Teachers Sound Off in Homework Study. Moreover, “53 percent don’t want to consider other department’s ‘major unit tests’ when scheduling their own tests and 50 percent don’t want to collaborate on the scheduling of longterm projects.” Significantly, 29 percent did say they would adjust assignments if parents asked.

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