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I decide to do my daughter’s homework for one typical week.
But after 30 minutes I am only about 16 pages in, and Esmee has finished studying for Earth Science and needs the book. It is now time for me to struggle with Earth Science. “The term synergistic applies to the combined efforts of Tarbuck and Lutgens,” says the biographical note at the beginning.Seventy-nine pages while scanning for usable material—for a magazine essay or for homework—seems like at least two hours of reading. We are simplifying equations, which involves reducing , which I get the hang of again after Esmee’s good instructions.I breeze through those 11 equations in about 40 minutes and even correct Esmee when she gets one wrong. I may be overconfident.)I then start reading Angela’s Ashes while Esmee studies for Earth Science.I struggle with Earth Science for another half hour, attempting to memorize rather than understand, before I give up and decide I have to get my reading done.Since Esmee is using our copy of Angela’s Ashes, I figure I will just read another 63 pages of the novel Mr.I have found, at both schools, that whenever I bring up the homework issue with teachers or administrators, their response is that they are required by the state to cover a certain amount of material.
There are standardized tests, and everyone—students, teachers, schools—is being evaluated on those tests.
I’m not interested in the debates over teaching to the test or No Child Left Behind.
What I am interested in is what my daughter is doing during those nightly hours between 8 o’clock and midnight, when she finally gets to bed.
During the school week, she averages three to four hours of homework a night and six and a half hours of sleep.
Some evenings, when we force her to go to bed, she will pretend to go to sleep and then get back up and continue to do homework for another hour.
My wife and I have noticed since she started there in February of last year that she has a lot of homework.