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Synthesis of Research on Homework Grade level has a dramatic influence on homework ' s effectiveness

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Grade level has a dramatic influence on homework's effectiveness. I n the 1950 edition of the Kncyclo-pedia of Educational Research, H J Oito wrote, "compulsory homework does not result in suffi ciently improved academic accom plishments to justify retention" (Otto 1950, p 380) Eighteen years later, PR Wildman went a step further, stating that "whenever homework crowds out S<K ial experience, outdix>r recreation, and creative activities, and whenever it usurps time devoted to sleep, it is not… 

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