*Wow. Wow! Wow!!! Where in the world was this teacher when I was in school…at ANY grade level!?
When second grade teacher Brandy Young wrote a note to parents informing them of a new policy where her students would have no homework for the entire year, no one clapped back. There was no, “What the heck?” No…”Let’s contact the school board”…No phone calls requesting a meeting to vent.
What there was, was a lot of… Hey, we think that’s a great idea.
Who’da thunk it?
The thousands of people sharing a post of the letter Young sent to parents. One of those parents uploaded it to Facebook telling how “Brooke is loving her new teacher already!”
Needless to say, the post has gone viral.
“After much research this summer, I am trying something new,” read the note from Young to parents of her second-graders. “I ask that you spend your evenings doing things that are proven to correlate with student success. Eat dinner as a family, read together, play outside, and get your children to bed early.”
I hope my teenaged grandson’s school adopts this policy. He works SO hard on homework….hours…even after a full day at school.
Read more (including the letter that went viral!) at EURThisNthat.