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  1. Students spend three times longer on homework than average ...

    High schoolers reported doing an average of 2.7 hours of homework per weeknight, according to a study by the Washington Post from 2018 to 2020 of over 50,000 individuals. A survey of approximately 200 Bellaire High School students revealed that some students spend over three times this number. The demographics of this survey included 34 ...

  2. 11 Surprising Homework Statistics, Facts & Data (2024)

    Furthermore, 25% of parents spend more than 7 hours per week on their child’s homework. American parents spend slightly below average at 6.2 hours per week, while Indian parents spend 12 hours per week and Japanese parents spend 2.6 hours per week. 5. Students in High-Performing High Schools Spend on Average 3.1 Hours per night Doing Homework

  3. Analyzing ‘the homework gap’ among high school students

    Some studies have focused on the length of a school year while others have focused on hours in a day and others on hours in the week. ... Among all high school ... of 3.5 hours of homework per ...

  4. How Much Homework Is Too Much for Our Teens? - US News Health

    In that poll teens reported spending, on average, more than three hours on homework each school night, with 11th graders spending more time on homework than any other grade level. By contrast ...

  5. Average hours spent on homework per week and percentage of ...

    Table 35. Average hours spent on homework per week and percentage of 9th- through 12th-grade students who did homework outside of school and whose parents checked that homework was done, by frequency of doing homework and race/ethnicity: 2007

  6. How Much Homework Is Enough? Depends Who You Ask - Education Week

    From kindergarten to 5th grade, it was just under three hours per week; from 6th to 8th grade, it was 3.2 hours; and from 9th to 12th grade, it was 3.5 hours. There are two points to note.

  7. Average hours per week spent on homework for high school ...

    Figure 14-1. Average hours per week spent on homework for high school students (grades 9 through 12) who did homework outside of school, by race/ethnicity and sex: 2007

  8. Homework in High School: How Much Is Too Much? | KQED

    Based on research, the National Education Association recommends the 10-minute rule stating students should receive 10 minutes of homework per grade per night. But opponents to homework point out that for seniors that’s still 2 hours of homework which can be a lot for students with conflicting obligations. And in reality, high school students ...

  9. Racial and Ethnic Differences in Homework Time among U.S ...

    However, recent research suggests that compared with previous decades, U.S. teens are spending more time on homework and are increasingly involved in commercial SAT/ACT prep services and private tutoring after regular school hours, but are spending less time on paid work and on socializing (Buchmann, Condron, and Roscigno 2010; Ho, Park, and Kao 2019; Livingston 2019).

  10. What’s the Right Amount of Homework? | Edutopia

    The National PTA and the National Education Association support the “ 10-minute homework guideline ”—a nightly 10 minutes of homework per grade level. But many teachers and parents are quick to point out that what matters is the quality of the homework assigned and how well it meets students’ needs, not the amount of time spent on it.