Homework can be a hot button issue for many parents and teachers, especially as students get older and can often be inundated with work from multiple teachers at the secondary level. Surely there must be creative ways to make homework more meaningful, more engaging, or maybe even non-existent. This evening’s chat was led by Jeff Bush, in partnership with the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals (MASSP), and revolves around homework, and the role it plays in student learning.

If you have trouble viewing the archive of the chat, you can view the entire Storify archive here.