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Homework in moderation and with realistic expectations can teach your students valuable life skills and help parents assess their young children's learning abilities and progress. According to a study of more than 3, students over the past 15 years, spending at least two hours a night doing homework is connected to accomplishing better grades in English, Maths and Science.
It helps develop time management skills.
It takes time away from families, friends, jobs, and other ways to spend your time. Homework is beneficial because of parent-child bonding. Research has consistently shown that parental involvement in a child's learning is a key factor in that child's achievement in school.