Texas Teacher's New Homework Policy Goes Viral

Second grade teacher Brandy Young sent a letter home to parents saying there will be no formal homework.
0:44 | 08/23/16

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A Texas teacher is new homework policy is going viral this morning and probably making her very popular with her Stevens. This is the note second grade teacher Brady young sent home to parents at her school in Fort Worth, Texas it says. There will be no formal homework. She wrote homework we'll only deal with what students didn't finish during the day. Mrs. young wants kids to do think shown to correlate with student success such as eating dinner as a family and playing outside. Where was badly if you're when I was in second. And you need to vote her his teacher of the year but other urban research and studies that say and they vote approved. Whether or not homework improves student perform those studies conducted by a second and third grade student at can hit stiff.

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