Many kids dream of school without homework. That dream is now a reality for students at Gaithersburg Elementary School in Maryland. Instead of homework, students have to read a book for 30 minutes each night. Supporters of the plan say kids need more free time after school so they can relax and spend more time with their families and friends. Opponents of no-homework policies argue that it's important for kids to practice what they learn in class. They also say homework helps teachers check whether students understand what's being taught. What do you think?