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  1. Is Homework Good for Kids? Here's What the Research Says

    The most comprehensive research on homework to date comes from a 2006 meta-analysis by Duke University psychology professor Harris Cooper, who found evidence of a positive correlation between ...

  2. Does homework still have value? A Johns Hopkins education expert weighs

    The necessity of homework has been a subject of debate since at least as far back as the 1890s, according to Joyce L. Epstein, co-director of the Center on School, Family, and Community Partnerships at Johns Hopkins University. "It's always been the case that parents, kids—and sometimes teachers, too—wonder if this is just busy work ...

  3. Research Trends: Why Homework Should Be Balanced

    Why Homework Should Be Balanced. Homework can boost learning, but doing too much can be detrimental. The National PTA and National Education Association support the "10-minute homework rule," which recommends 10 minutes of homework per grade level, per night (10 minutes for first grade, 20 minutes for second grade, and so on, up to two ...

  4. Does homework really work?

    After two hours, however, achievement doesn't improve. For high schoolers, Cooper's research suggests that two hours per night is optimal. If teens have more than two hours of homework a night, their academic success flatlines. But less is not better. The average high school student doing homework outperformed 69 percent of the students in ...

  5. Key Lessons: What Research Says About the Value of Homework

    Too much homework may diminish its effectiveness. While research on the optimum amount of time students should spend on homework is limited, there are indications that for high school students, 1½ to 2½ hours per night is optimum. Middle school students appear to benefit from smaller amounts (less than 1 hour per night).

  6. PDF What the research says about HOMEWORK

    Homework serves the distinct purpose to "provide students with an opportunity to practice," according to a 25 year quantitative metaanalysis (Cooper, et al 2006). Homework has the highest impact on achievement in high school and the lowest in elementary school (Hattie 2009, p.235). According to Balli

  7. More than two hours of homework may be counterproductive, research

    Pope and her colleagues found that too much homework can diminish its effectiveness and even be counterproductive. They cite prior research indicating that homework benefits plateau at about two hours per night, and that 90 minutes to two and a half hours is optimal for high school. Their study found that too much homework is associated with:

  8. Does Homework Work?

    Africa Studio / Shutterstock / The Atlantic. March 28, 2019. America has long had a fickle relationship with homework. A century or so ago, progressive reformers argued that it made kids unduly ...

  9. (PDF) Investigating the Effects of Homework on Student ...

    Homework has long been a topic of social research, but rela-tively few studies have focused on the teacher's role in the homework process. Most research examines what students do, and whether and ...

  10. Key findings about online learning and the homework gap amid COVID-19

    America's K-12 students are returning to classrooms this fall after 18 months of virtual learning at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some students who lacked the home internet connectivity needed to finish schoolwork during this time - an experience often called the "homework gap" - may continue to feel the effects this school year. Here is what Pew Research Center surveys found ...

  11. PDF Does Homework Really Improve Achievement? Kevin C. Costley, Ph.D ...

    Homework can help students develop effective study habits. Homework can show students that learning can occur at home as well as . Homework 8 at school. Homework can foster independent learning and responsible character traits. Homework can even give parents an opportunity to know what is being taught at school. ...

  12. Online Mathematics Homework Increases Student Achievement

    The purpose of mathematics homework is typically to provide practice for the student. Literature reviews and meta-analyses show generally positive or neutral effects for homework on learning (Cooper, Robinson, & Patall, 2006; Maltese, Robert, & Fan, 2012).Effects due to homework are more positive in middle and high school than elementary school (reflecting greater student maturity) and ...

  13. Does Homework Improve Academic Achievement? A Synthesis of Research

    HARRIS COOPER is a Professor of Psychology and Director of the Program in Education, Box 90739, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708-0739; e-mail [email protected] His research interests include how academic activities outside the school day (such as homework, after school programs, and summer school) affect the achievement of children and adolescents; he also studies techniques for improving ...

  14. 11 Surprising Homework Statistics, Facts & Data (2024)

    A 2018 Pew Research poll of 743 US teens found that 17%, or almost 2 in every 5 students, regularly struggled to complete homework because they didn't have reliable access to the internet. This figure rose to 25% of Black American teens and 24% of teens whose families have an income of less than $30,000 per year. 4.

  15. Effects of homework creativity on academic achievement and creativity

    The relationship between homework behaviors and academic achievement is one of the most important questions in homework field, because it is related to the effectiveness of homework (Cooper et al., 2006, 2012; Fan et al., 2017). Most of the previous studies focused on the relationship between homework time and academic achievement.

  16. Does Homework Really Help Students Learn?

    A majority of studies on homework's impact - 64% in one meta-study and 72% in another - showed that take home assignments were effective at improving academic achievement. Research by the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) concluded that increased homework led to better GPAs and higher probability of college attendance for high school ...

  17. Stanford research shows pitfalls of homework

    March 10, 2014 Stanford research shows pitfalls of homework. A Stanford researcher found that students in high-achieving communities who spend too much time on homework experience more stress ...

  18. Does Homework Improve Academic Achievement?

    Many school district policies state that high school students should expect about 30 minutes of homework for each academic course they take, a bit more for honors or advanced placement courses. These recommendations are consistent with the conclusions reached by our analysis. Practice assignments do improve scores on class tests at all grade ...

  19. Stanford research shows pitfalls of homework

    Pope and her colleagues found that too much homework can diminish its effectiveness and even be counterproductive. They cite prior research indicating that homework benefits plateau at about two ...

  20. PDF Increasing the Effectiveness of Homework for All Learners in the ...

    line the elements of effective homework, and provide practical suggestions for classroom applications. Increasing the effectiveness of homework is a multifaceted goal. Accom-modations, organization, structure of assignments, technology, home-school communication, and students' home life all influence the effectiveness of homework.

  21. Why Homework Doesn't Seem To Boost Learning--And How It Could

    To be most effective—both in terms of instilling good study habits and building students' knowledge—homework assignments that boost learning should start in elementary school.

  22. Homework Pros and Cons

    A majority of studies on homework's impact - 64% in one meta-study and 72% in another - showed that take-home assignments were effective at improving academic achievement. [ 7 ] [ 8 ] Research by the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) concluded that increased homework led to better GPAs and higher probability of college attendance for ...

  23. Homework

    Pupils eligible for free school meals typically receive additional benefits from homework. However, surveys in England suggest that pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds are less likely to have a quiet working space, are less likely to have access to a device suitable for learning or a stable internet connection and may receive less parental support to complete homework and develop effective ...