The following editorial appeared in the Baltimore Sun:
There is a common belief, particularly in the nation’s more affluent neighborhoods, that teenagers are swamped with homework and school-related commitments. Some would have you believe that U.S. students are working around the clock and at great risk to their health and well-being to deal with the daunting academic load.
But while that may be true for some, just how widespread is this phenomenon? According to a recent report, just the opposite is going on.