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Should students be banned from class because they didn't bring their homework?

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  • Homework should not be banned but be optional

    Because homework gives students more practice at what they are learning. And the homework assignment is usually easier than the lesson. If students don't want to do the homework then it is fine. But if you say it's just a waste of paper because no one will ever want to do homework, but it's not because if a student wants to do homework then the teacher could just print it out and give it to the student. And if homework is optional then there would be less stress amongst students.

  • No, they still need to learn.

    No, students should not be banned from class because they didn't bring their homework, because they still have something to learn, even without having done their homework. The goal of school is for students to learn as much as possible. Punishing a student by presenting them from learning more goes against the ultimate goal of school.

  • No, students should not be banned from class for not bringing homework.

    Banning students from class for not having their home work would be detrimental to the educational system. Many students often forget to bring their homework to class. If you were to ban them from class, then where would they go? You would be banning most of the students in no time.

  • No, banning students from class wouldn't help.

    I don't feel that kids should be banned from class for not doing their homework. If this is done, they will just get even farther behind, because they will miss out on hearing the class instruction. Not handing in homework is already reflected in a child's grades, so this is punishment enough.

  • Not at all

    Students should not be banned from class because they didn't do their homework. However, some teachers will ask the students to leave so that they can go over a particular part of the homework and then ask them to return. Not doing homework is mainly punished by poor grades on homework and tests.

  • No, they shouldn't.

    Banning students from class because they didn't bring their homework would only discourage them from trying in the future and would only re-enforce that they aren't welcome in an educational environment. I think that we need to work harder to help those kids become organized and prioritize and show them why it is important to to their work.

  • Thats a waste of time and energy.

    Students shouldn't be banned from class for not bringing homework. That's a bit severe and doesn't help with any actual learning. I'd rather have the kid in a seat and hopefully absorbing knowledge even if they're not turning in homework. If it becomes a problem, a conversation with the parents is in order, because there's obviously an issue going on at home.

  • Homework doesn't count for much of a grade

    Why would a kid be banned from class because they didn't bring their homework. Like if they got a little punishment that's what usually happens. You can ban a kid from class they still need an education. If a kid has to relocate and possibly move to get to a new school that's just dumb.

  • Heck no sir

    No, it wont be unfair because its just homework you could just go to school and tell the teacher what happened and if you didn't do your homework, i'm sure the teacher would just give you a another homework to do and focus the homework you forgot later. SO STUDENTS WILL NEVER BE BAN

  • No no no

    Why would they be banned from class? They just forgot their homework. As a student myself a lot of people forget their homework and they will miss a lot of classes. I have to say that it is a stupid idea to ban kids from class if they don't have their homework.


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