Children in a Kindergarten class read during class at Henry S. West Laboratory School in Coral Gables. As part of the national push to rethink homework, the K-8 school has instituted a new policy this year to significantly decrease the amount of homework given to students. Instead, the school is encouraging parents to spend more "quality, unstructured time" at home with their children in the evenings.
Children in a Kindergarten class read during class at Henry S. West Laboratory School in Coral Gables. As part of the national push to rethink homework, the K-8 school has instituted a new policy this year to significantly decrease the amount of homework given to students. Instead, the school is encouraging parents to spend more "quality, unstructured time" at home with their children in the evenings. Jose A. Iglesias Miami Herald File
Children in a Kindergarten class read during class at Henry S. West Laboratory School in Coral Gables. As part of the national push to rethink homework, the K-8 school has instituted a new policy this year to significantly decrease the amount of homework given to students. Instead, the school is encouraging parents to spend more "quality, unstructured time" at home with their children in the evenings. Jose A. Iglesias Miami Herald File

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