Coordination Among Middle School Teachers in One California School District Is “Not an Easy Sell”

Most middle school teachers who responded to a survey in the Las Virgenes School District in California stated that their homework should take between 16 and 30 minutes to complete each night, according to an article in The Acorn, Local Middle School Teachers Respond to Homework Survey. With each teacher handing out that amount the workload could be “tremendous,” a School Board member stated. She hopes that administrators will monitor homework loads. But the Assistant Superintendent of Education said that teachers cannot be expected to provide “individual flexibility” for 150 students. He also noted that coordination among departments would not be an “easy sell (to teachers).”

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