Since The Case Against Homework came out in late August, the book has been discussed in dozens of newspapers and magazines, and I’ve been interviewed countless times for radio, TV, and print media. The reception from audiences everywhere has been fantastic. After almost every radio show, the hosts have told me they’ve received more calls than on any other recent show.
Several weeks ago, I was invited to my hometown, Toronto, Canada, for a day of media appearances. I had a one-on-one conversation with Steve Paikin, the host of The Agenda on TVOntario.You can watch our 15-minute conversation of October 23, 2006, here:
Also several weeks ago, I was interviewed by Stan Goldberg from San Francisco, California, who hosts a podcast called Sr. Dad. He interviewed Harris Cooper, Alfie Kohn, John Buell, and me in separate, very lengthy interviews. You can listen to them here.
And, if you want to read any of the media coverage of the book, just google “Case Against Homework” (in quotation marks). You’ll see that this book (and Alfie Kohn’s The Homework Myth) is shining a spotlight on a widespread problem.