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Homework Series, Part One

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Homework Series, Part One

Homework Series, Part One

Homework Series, Part One

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Across the nation, educators are balancing mandates to improve test scores and a chronic lack of resources with the need for children to have enough time to simply be children. In the first of a four-part series about homework on Morning Edition, NPR's Margot Adler examines how the increasing academic workload is stressing out kids and their families.

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