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No Homework Policy: One Year Later
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Last school year was a really big year in my classroom. We started flexible seating you can read more about that adventure HERE , we implemented a Bring Your Own Device program, and we did away with homework. Like I said— BIG year! While each of those three changes contributed to a very different feel in my classroom than years prior, I was particularly nervous about doing away with homework.