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THE HOMEWORK EXPERIENCE A SURVEY OF STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTS In life and work, the phrase “doing your homework” means being prepared. In schools, of course, the meaning is more literal and specific. For most students, teachers and parents, homework is an almost daily fact of life. Still, it can also be about preparation, for the next day, for the next step in gaining the knowledge and skills needed for future success. Homework is a subject of much debate: Is it done? Is it effective? Are its results worth the time required? MetLife places great value on hearing firsthand from stakeholders. This year The MetLife Survey of the American Teacher asked students, teachers, and parents to share their perspectives on homework, its purposes, the time involved, the benefit.
"THE HOMEWORK EXPERIENCE A SURVEY OF STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTS"