Amount of homework in china

According to the international Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and various education research partners, 15yearolds in Shanghai spend the most amount of time on homework, at an average of 13. 8 hours per week. Students in Finland spend just 2. 8 hours on homework per week, but manage to still perform well Dec 17, 2014  Next time you want to complain about the amount of homework you do, remember that students in Shanghai spend an average of over 14 hours per week on takehome work.

A recent brief from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) shows that American 15yearolds spent an average of six Time spent on homework peaks in 10th grade at 54 minutes per night, according to the study. Researchers also found a disparity in homework patterns based on parents education level as well as a Aug 28, 2013 China Weighs Ban On Homework; Teachers, Students Argue Against: The TwoWay Hoping to make education less stressful, China's Ministry of Education is considering new rules that include a ban on written homework.

But teachers, and even some students, are against the idea. Within countries, the amount of time students spend on homework varies based on family income: Economically advantaged students spend an average of 1.

6 hours more on homework per week than economically disadvantaged students. I studied in China for like 3 years, so I probably know more about whats its like to study in Chinese schools. Theres only one examination in June for Grade 12s to take.

Its mandatory for every graduates. Students in China's primary and secondary schools spend an average of three hours poring over homework every day, twice the global average.

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