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Poll: Should homework be abolished for primary school children?

Some UK experts want it gone, what do you think?

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EXPERTS IN THE UK are to debate the merits of homework after a study at a school in London found that it damaged the memories of primary-aged schoolchildren.

The report says that teachers should not dole out homework until the last few years of schooling.

But does the argument convince you? Would you rather see kids working in the evening?

We’re asking: Should homework be abolished for primary school children?

Poll Results:

It should be limited (3304)
No (3162)
Yes (1953)
I don't know (141)

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