Some school districts in the U.S. place restriction on homework load for students
American school districts in Louisianna and Connecticut are banning homework load for their young students. Some districts are placing restrictions on the days teachers should grade homework, while other districts are applying a "no homework" policy for their students.
The idea behind this revolution is so students can spend more time reading, with their family, and sleeping, particularly while they are in elementary school. Mark Toback, superintendent of Wayne Township Public Schools in Wayne, J.J. said: "Student wellness is becoming a much larger issue. Finnland is a top-ranked country when it comes to education at elementary levels and they have had a "no homework" policy for years.