Last month, a family in the Philippines was shocked to discover that their two dogs, Sam and Mayor, crept into the living room overnight and ate their human brother's homework. The hilariously ironic incident was captured on video, thanks to the family's security cameras inside their Antipolo City home. In the clip, Sam, the larger dog, is seen walking around the living area before stumbling across the sheets of homework on a table and sniffing around. Though the homework was secured to the table with a video game controller, Sam was able to drag the papers to the ground and shred them. His pooch pal, Mayor, who is seen sitting on the couch in the background of the clip, was quick to join Sam in snacking on the documents.
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According to a statement released by the Pittsburgh Public Schools district on Facebook, first grade students at Pittsburgh Linden K-5 were given homework that has been causing controversy on social media. However, the homework was not part of a Pittsburgh Public Schools curriculum or intervention programs. He will run from the cop. Tom will run with Rob. They will not stop.
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Harris Cooper, a professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University, has been studying the benefits of homework for years and says doing away with it completely is not a good idea. He also believes homework improves self-discipline and achievement, but cautions that moderation is key. For Judah that would mean about 40 minutes of homework a night. His mother says the families should get to decide how to spend their time.
A Michigan judge, who has been criticized for placing a year-old Black girl in a juvenile facility after she failed to do her schoolwork, denied the girl's request Monday for an early release. The girl, being called Grace to protect her identity, was placed in detention in May. Alternate juror in Chauvin trial speaks out about case, witnesses, guilty verdict: Exclusive. Minnesota attorney general: Chauvin was motivated by "exertion of authority" in George Floyd murder.