This graph displays the numerous amounts of hours of homework that a student has to go through on weekly basis. It can range anywhere from 6-12 hours after a full day of school. This displays the amount of time and how unethical to give substantial amounts of homework to student in which they are unable to go about and enjoy their extracurricular activities.



This graph shows the percentage of high school seniors, in their last year of high school, doing 6 or more hours of homework a week. The percentage is high in 2012 for majority of students already accepted into college. Some students stop stressing over school because they already took their SAT and are already accepted into the desired college, and they still have several hours of homework a week.



This pie chart displays the 8.6 hours in a day are consumed by school, and club associated with it and of course home work. 1.8 hours in the other category can be spent doing homework and studying for upcoming exams. And only 1.2 hours in a day are spent with family or friends due to the excessive amount of work. Students are receiving 7.6 hours of sleep, in some cases even less, which is under the 8 hour requirement to maintain healthy lifestyle. Overall, this graph shows on average how much time goes where, and how homework can take a toll.

This graph supports the argument that homework some sort has a negative impact on students personal life, no matter small or large impact. Personal life is pertaining to family time, leisure activities, sleep, and so on. A student can feel deprived of enjoyment in their day to day life, which is showcased in the graph above. If a student feels that he or she cannot have time to oneself, they are unable to focus in school, and leads to a failing cycle.