Homework in N.Y. district can count for no more than 10% of grade

10/28/2009 | Watertown Daily Times (N.Y.)

Some teachers in a New York district are criticizing a new policy that limits how much weight can be given to homework grades, saying it reduces the incentive for students to complete the work. However, officials say that limiting homework to 10% of a student's grade will mean the grade will better reflect student achievement on tests and quizzes.

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