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Cooper, H. (2001, April). Homework for all–In moderation. Educational Leadership, 58 (7), 34.
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Coutts, P. M. (2004, Summer). Meanings of homework and implications for practice. Theory Into Practice, 43 (3), 182-188.
de Jong, R., Westerhof, K.J., & Creemers, B. P. M. (2000, June). Homework and student math achievement in junior high schools. Educational Research & Evaluation, 6 (2), 130-157.
Educational Research Service (2004). ERS Focus on Homework – Research and Best Practice. Arlington, VA.
Farrow, S., Tymms, P., & Henderson, B. (1999, June). Homework and attainment in primary schools. British Educational Research Journal, 25 (3), 323.
Gill, B. P., Schlossman, S. L. (2004, Summer). Villain or savior? The American discourse on homework, 1850-2003. Theory Into Practice, 43 (3), 174-181.
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Trautwein, U., & Koller, O. (2003, June). The relationship between homework and achievement- -Still much of a mystery. Educational Psychology Review; 15 (2), 115.
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