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    Andrew ReynoldsNov 14, 2023 at 10:38 am

    I also think that homework is completely unnecessary. We already have enough work to do at school, and if we have extracurricular activities then there is more work on top of that, we don’t need another whole level of work on top of that. We as students need time to relax/take care of our mental health, but sometimes we don’t have time to take care of ourselves, because we are so worried about our grades. So I’d say eliminate homework all together. It would be a plus for both students and teachers.

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