The Student Perspective: Students share their struggles with homework

By Isabella Daley

No high school student’s day is complete without one, two, or seven hours of homework.  From solving pre-calculus problems or memorizing the Krebs Cycle to reading an act of Macbeth or writing an essay about World War II, students often struggle to keep up with their daily assignments.  McNicholas students named procrastination, distractions, and even certain teachers as factors that contribute to the amount of time it takes them to complete their homework.  However, if students had fewer assignments or improved time management, they said they would spend their time doing a variety of other activities.  Several students voiced their perspectives on homework in the video below.


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