Homework Banned In Poland

The Polish government has introduced strict limits on school homework from the beginning of April, in order to improve the country’s education system. According to the new rules, children in first to third grades will not be given homework by teachers.

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In grades four to eight, homework is now option- al and doesn’t count towards a grade. Children in Poland are welcoming strict limits on school homework imposed by the government.

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