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  • Lisa Bell

    ED: Homework expectation checklist #homework #expectation #checklist #classroom #education

  • Vanessa Lewis

    Homework systems

  • Kendra Smith

    Homework Expectations-- good idea to type and hand out at the start of school a list of expectations. Make it into a contract even.

  • Jill Cunningham

    Homework Expectations-good idea to have them written out- in back to school night packet??

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