"We Need Less Homework," is about the struggles of homework and the success it brings with eliminating it. Aidan Robinson brillantly explains why homework is a burden, ranging from happiness differences to other country examples.
As a student in a specialized school, I receive a good amount of homework. Usually, I could go out with friends on the weekdays, but because of homework, I'm stuck commiting at least an hour of my time a day to doing it. The problem I have is that other than math homework, which I don't too often, homework hasn't really helped me academically. I get science homework daily that I have to read out of a textbook, but I forget almost everything the second I finish it. Most kids like me who get daily homework, work on trying to complete it, rather than actually learn from it since we get so much of it.