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  • Homework: For it or against it?

    After Marion County schools announced no more homework for elementary school, children playing at the Rubonia Community Center in Palmetto weighed in on the issue.

After Marion County schools announced no more homework for elementary school, children playing at the Rubonia Community Center in Palmetto weighed in on the issue. Ryan McKinnon Bradenton Herald
After Marion County schools announced no more homework for elementary school, children playing at the Rubonia Community Center in Palmetto weighed in on the issue. Ryan McKinnon Bradenton Herald

One county has eliminated homework in elementary schools. Manatee County’s board chairman wants to do the same.

July 15, 2017 4:33 PM