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Heads' discretion over homework

Heads in England are to be given greater discretion over how much homework pupils are set. Westminster education secretary Michael Gove has scrapped the guidelines for home study introduced by Labour in 1998. It follows parents' complaints that too much homework was limiting family time.

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