Homework is something parents and students struggle with at home, and the school struggles to balance. While the MOE Homework policy restricts the expected time spent on homework at home, students are still spending 10 hours a week on homework at a secondary school level. Singapore ranks 3rd globally in terms of time spent on homework. The workload only increases as students move up from Primary to Secondary to JC/Poly and University.
Our articles help guide parents on how to instil good study habits in students at a young age as well as for parents to strike the right balance between helping their child and spoon-feeding them.
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