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The Truth About Homework From The Students Perspective

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Join Butterfly Evolution in welcoming Author, Gladys Landing-Corretjer, Ed.D to the show to discuss her newly released book 

"The Truth About Homework From The Student's Perspective" 

Gladys Landing-Corretjer was born and raised in the island of Puerto Rico. She moved to the continental US 1983 with her husband and children. She has a BA in Psychology from the University of Puerto Rico (1980), two masters’ degree one in Learning Disabilities from Lehman College in New York (1988) and another in Education Leadership from George Mason University, VA( 2002). She also holds a doctorate in Leadership in Teaching and Learning from Walden University (2009).

A student advocate with the ardent belief that students’ voices must be heard in matters that concern them, educator Gladys R. Landing-Corretjer, Ed.D, decided to research homework from the students’ perspective. “The Truth about Homework from the Students’ Perspective” (published by Lulu) presents her findings based on interviews she conducted within all categories of students – English language learners, general education, gifted and talented, and special education – and their teachers.

“She believes that homework is not an effective practice for learning and that educators should have no right to impose their agenda on the students’ time at home. It is their free time. It is their family time.”  Parents, Educators, Students and all who have concerns about the state of our youth should plan to tune in the show.    

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