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I have found, at both schools, that whenever I bring up the homework issue with teachers or administrators, their response is that they are required by the state to cover a certain amount of material. There are standardized tests, and everyone—students, teachers, schools—is being evaluated on those tests. I’m not interested in the debates over teaching to the test or No Child Left Behind. What I am interested in is what my daughter is doing during those nightly hours between 8 o’clock and midnight, when she finally gets to bed. During the school week, she averages three to four hours of homework a night and six and a half hours of sleep. Some evenings, when we force her to go to bed, she will pretend to go to sleep and then get back up and continue to do homework for another hour. The following mornings are awful, my daughter teary-eyed and exhausted but still trudging to school. I wonder: What is the exact nature of the work that is turning her into a sleep-deprived teen zombie so many mornings? I decide to do my daughter’s homework for one typical week. Monday By late afternoon, I am tired after filing a magazine article on deadline. When I arrive home, a few minutes ahead of Esmee, I consider delaying my week of homework, but then I realize that Esmee can never put off her week of homework. Reading and writing is what I do for a living, but in my middle age, I’ve slowed down. So I am relieved when she tells me she doesn’t have much tonight. So a good day of reading for me, assuming I like the book and I’m not looking for quotable passages, is between 50 and 100 pages. Seventy-nine pages while scanning for usable material—for a magazine essay or for homework—seems like at least two hours of reading. We are simplifying equations, which involves reducing , which I get the hang of again after Esmee’s good instructions. I breeze through those 11 equations in about 40 minutes and even correct Esmee when she gets one wrong. I may be overconfident.)I then start reading Angela’s Ashes while Esmee studies for Earth Science. We have only one copy of the book, so we decide it will be more efficient to stagger our work. I’ve never read Angela’s Ashes, and it’s easy to see the appeal. Frank Mc Court, whom I once saw give a beautiful tribute to Peter Matthiessen at a Paris Review Revel, is engaging and funny. But after 30 minutes I am only about 16 pages in, and Esmee has finished studying for Earth Science and needs the book. It is now time for me to struggle with Earth Science. “The term synergistic applies to the combined efforts of Tarbuck and Lutgens,” says the biographical note at the beginning. The textbook Esmee’s class is using is simply called Earth Science and was written by Edward J. “Early in their careers, they shared frustrations with the limited availability of textbooks designed for non-majors.” So they rolled up their sleeves and wrote their own textbook, which reads exactly like every other textbook. “If you look again at Table 1,” begins the section on silicates, “you can see that the two most abundant elements in Earth’s crust are silicon and oxygen.” I spend the next five minutes looking for Table 1, which is 12 pages earlier in the book. Then come carbonates, oxides, the sulfates and sulfides, halides, and—I am asleep after about 20 minutes. When I wake up, I go out to find Esmee in the living room, where she is buried in Angela’s Ashes. I struggle with Earth Science for another half hour, attempting to memorize rather than understand, before I give up and decide I have to get my reading done. Since Esmee is using our copy of Angela’s Ashes, I figure I will just read another 63 pages of the novel Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore, which I started yesterday. I’m asleep for good after about 15 much homework was assigned to me in eighth grade. I do know that I didn’t do very much of it and that what little I did, I did badly. After school I often went to friends’ houses, where I sometimes smoked marijuana, and then I returned home for dinner; after lying to my parents about not having homework that night, I might have caught an hour or two of television. In Southern California in the late ’70s, it was totally plausible that an eighth grader would have no homework at all. If my daughter came home and said she had no homework, I would know she was lying. It is inconceivable that her teachers wouldn’t assign any. It seems that while there has been widespread panic about American students’ falling behind their peers in Singapore, Shanghai, Helsinki, and everywhere else in science and mathematics, the length of the school day is about the same. Student-teacher ratios don’t seem to have changed much. No, our children are going to catch up with those East Asian kids on their own damn time. Every parent I know in New York City comments on how much homework their children have. If your job required that kind of work after work, how long would you last? These lamentations are a ritual whenever we are gathered around kitchen islands talking about our kids’ schools. Well, imagine if after putting in a full day at the office—and school is pretty much what our children do for a job—you had to come home and do another four or so hours of office work. Tuesday My younger daughter, Lola, 11, is a little jealous that I am spending my evenings doing homework with her sister. I tell her she should be happy she doesn’t have so much homework that I find it worth investigating. She agrees with this, but still makes me feel so guilty about it that I let her watch Pretty Little Liars, her favorite show. The co-op board meets—and over my objections makes me secretary—before I can start on Esmee’s homework. Tonight we have 12 more algebra equations, 45 more pages of Angela’s Ashes, and a Humanities project for which we have to write one to two pages in the style of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, the young-adult novel by Sherman Alexie. The algebra is fast becoming my favorite part of this project. I may have picked an easy week, but something about combining like terms, inverting negative exponents, and then simplifying equations causes a tingle in a part of my brain that is usually dormant. The Spanish, however, presents a completely different challenge. Here, Esmee shows me that we have to memorize the conjugations of the future tense of regular and irregular verbs, and she slides me a sheet with tener, tendré, tendrás, tendrá, tendremos, etc., multiplied by dozens of verbs. My daughter has done a commendable job memorizing the conjugations. But when I ask her what the verb tener means (“to have,” if I recall), she repeats, “Memorization, not rationalization.”She doesn’t know what the words mean. I spend a few minutes looking over the material, attempting to memorize the list of verbs and conjugations. Then it takes me about half an hour to memorize the three most common conjugation patterns. Esmee already worked on her Spanish this afternoon, so she goes right to the Humanities project, which she has been looking forward to. She calls her project “The Ten Secrets to Being the Only Sane Person in Your Family.”No. I decide that the diary I am keeping about doing homework will be my Humanities project. Soon it’s 11 p.m., and I start bugging Esmee to go to bed. She takes a shower, then reads in bed for a few minutes before nodding off at about . I sneak in and grab her copy of Angela’s Ashes and catch up on my reading, getting all the way to page 120. The hardship of too much homework pales in comparison with the Mc Court family’s travails. Still, because we are sharing our copy of Angela’s Ashes, I end up going to bed an hour after Esmee. Esmee was in sixth grade, I walked into her room at a.m. to find her red-eyed, exhausted, and starting on her third hour of math. This was partially her fault, as she had let a couple of days’ worth of worksheets pile up, but it was also the nature of the work itself. One assignment had her calculating the area and perimeter of a series of shapes so complex that my wife, who trained as an architect in the Netherlands, spent half an hour on it before coming up with the right answers. The problem was not the complexity of the work, it was the amount of calculating required. The measurements included numbers like 78 13/64, and all this multiplying and dividing was to be done without a calculator. Another exercise required Esmee to find the distance from Sacramento—we were living in California—to every other state capital in America, in miles and kilometers. She explained that this sort of cross-disciplinary learning—state capitals in a math class—was now popular. This last one caused me to question the value of the homework. She added that by now, Esmee should know all her state capitals. The teacher was unmoved, saying that she felt the homework load was reasonable. She went on to say that in class, when the students had been asked to name the capital of Texas, Esmee answered Texas City. If Esmee was struggling with the work, then perhaps she should be moved to a remedial class. That night, in an e-mail chain started by the class parent to seek chaperones for a field trip, I removed the teacher’s name, changed the subject line, and then asked the other parents in the class whether their children found the homework load onerous. After a few minutes, replies started coming in from parents along the lines of “Thank God, we thought we were the only ones,” “Our son has been up until 2 a.m. Half the class’s parents responded that they thought too much homework was an issue. Since then, I’ve been wary of Esmee’s workload, and I’ve often suspected that teachers don’t have any idea about the cumulative amount of homework the kids are assigned when they are taking five academic classes. There is little to no coordination among teachers in most schools when it comes to assignments and test dates. Wednesday This morning, we attended Lola’s class “celebration” of the Revolutionary War. The class had prepared dioramas of the role women played in the Revolution, the Boston Massacre, the Battle of Yorktown, and other signal events of the period. In hand-drawn murals explaining the causes of the conflict, the main theme was that excessive and unfair taxation had caused the colonies to rebel. The British had run up massive debts in the French and Indian War and wanted the colonists to repay them. The colonies also wanted, several children added, freedom. When pressed as to what that meant, they seemed unsure, until one boy came up with “Freedom to do what they want! My older daughter’s homework load this evening is just seven algebra equations, studying for a Humanities test on industrialization, and more Earth Science. This algebra unit, on polynomials, seems to be a matter of remembering a few tricks. Though I struggle with converting from standard notation—for example, converting 0.00009621 to scientific notation is tricky (it’s 9.621 × 10Earth Science is something else. I’ve been dreading returning to Tarbuck and Lutgens since our first meeting. And tonight, the chapter starts in the familiar dispiriting monotone. “Rocks are any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter occurring naturally as part of our planet.” But I am pleasantly surprised when T&L take a turn into the rock cycle, laying out the differences between igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rock in terms that are easy to understand and visualize. The accompanying charts are helpful, and as I keep reading into the chapter on igneous rocks, the differences between intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks make clear sense. The upcoming test in Humanities will focus on John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, monopolies and trusts, laissez-faire capitalism, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, the foundation of labor unions, the imposition of factory safety standards, and the populist response to the grim conditions of the working man during the Industrial Revolution. The logistics of picking up the printer, bringing it over to our apartment, downloading the software, and then printing take about half an hour. My daughter has a study guide she is ready to print out. The study guide covers a wide range of topics, from how Rockefeller gained control of the oil industry, to the rise of monopolies and trusts, to the Sherman Antitrust Act, to the Triangle Shirtwaist fire. Esmee and I have a pretty long talk about the causes of the tragedy—the locked doors that prevented the young girls from taking breaks, stealing merchandise, or escaping the flames; the flammable waste material that had been allowed to accumulate—that leads to a discussion about trade unionism and then about capitalism in general. This is, I realize, a logical continuation of the conversation in my younger daughter’s class this morning, which started with unwieldy dioramas and implausible impersonations of King George. Freedom, in the form of unfettered capitalism, also has its downside. I tell her my view: laborers have to organize into unions, because otherwise those who control the capital have all the misfortune of living through a period of peak homework. It turns out that there is no correlation between homework and achievement. According to a 2005 study by the Penn State professors Gerald K. Baker, some of the countries that score higher than the U. on testing in the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study—Japan and Denmark, for example—give less homework, while some of those scoring lower, including Thailand and Greece, assign more. Why pile on the homework if it doesn’t make even a testable difference, and in fact may be harmful? “It’s a response to this whole globalized, competitive process,” says Richard Walker, a co-author of the book Reforming Homework. “You get parents demanding their children get more homework because their children are competing against the whole world.”The irony is that some countries where the school systems are held up as models for our schools have been going in the opposite direction of the U. S., giving less homework and implementing narrower curricula built to encourage deeper understanding rather than broader coverage. S., or at least in the schools my daughters have attended, there has been no sign of teachers’ letting up on homework. According to a University of Michigan study, the average time spent weekly on homework increased from two hours and 38 minutes in 1981 to three hours and 58 minutes in 2004. Data from a 2007 National Center for Education Statistics survey showed American students between grades nine and 12 doing an average of 6.8 hours of homework a week—which sounds pretty reasonable compared with what my daughter is assigned—and 42 percent of students saying they have homework five or more days a week. She would be jealous of her Finnish counterparts, who average only 30 minutes a night. Attitudes toward homework swing in cycles of roughly 30 years, according to Harris Cooper, a professor of education at Duke University and the author of The Battle Over Homework. We went from piling on the homework because of fears of a science gap brought on by Sputnik in the late 1950s, to backing off in the Woodstock generation of the ’70s amid worries about overstressing kids, to the ’90s fears of falling behind East Asian students. The current backlash against homework has been under way so long—expressed in books like 2006’s The Case Against Homework, by Sara Bennett and Nancy Kalish, and in the 2009 documentary film Race to Nowhere—that we may now be living through a backlash against the backlash, at least in elite schools. “We’re in a heavy-homework part of the cycle,” Cooper says. “The increasing competition for elite high schools and colleges has parents demanding more homework.”Back in California, when I raised the issue of too much homework on that e‑mail chain, about half the parents were pleased that someone had brought this up, and many had already spoken to the math teacher about it. But at least one parent didn’t agree, and forwarded the whole exchange to the teacher in question. As the person who instigated the conversation, I was called in to the vice principal’s office and accused of cyberbullying. I suggested that parents’ meeting to discuss their children’s education was generally a positive thing; we merely chose to have our meeting in cyberspace instead of the school cafeteria. And he added that students weren’t allowed to cyberbully, so parents should be held to the same standard. I explained that we never intended for the teacher to read those notes. This was a forum where we were airing our concerns. What was frustrating me was that the underlying issue of ridiculous amounts of busywork was getting buried beneath the supposed method we had used to discuss the issue. Over the next few months, the math teacher assigned a more manageable workload. Even when I showed the vice principal examples of the homework assignments, he didn’t see them as outside the usual in terms of content or time commitment. My daughter now went to bed before 10 o’clock most nights. Thursday Parent-teacher conferences at the Lab School are similar to what I imagine speed dating to be like. Each conference is three minutes, and parents can attend an afternoon or evening session. The conferences are strictly first come, first served. At noon, my wife and I sit in chairs outside each classroom waiting our turn, sometimes for as long as 45 minutes. A student is supposed to be timing each conference, but the students often wander off, and the teachers ignore the parents’ knocking after three minutes. In each conference, I urge the teachers to give less homework. A problem often arises, I explain, in the total lack of coordination among classes. A Humanities assignment requiring the kids to render in words, pictures, or both a scene from Angela’s Ashes, say, can take an hour or two, yet most teachers don’t seem to consider anything creative to be homework. The creative stuff, like drawing or writing a short story or preparing a scene from a play, is all extra, to be completed in addition to the hours of humanities, math, science, and Spanish. They nod sympathetically and agree that the kids do have a lot of work, as if they have nothing to do with the assigning of it. Or they say that time management is one of the skills that a successful high-school student will need, and if my daughter wants to perform in an elite high school, she had better learn that in middle school. Both answers amount to essentially the same argument: the vast amounts of homework are somehow handed down from on high, and mere teachers can do nothing to tamper with the ordained quantities. Because I happen to be in the middle of my week of homework when this year’s parent-teacher conferences take place, I am uniquely equipped to discuss the work Esmee is doing. And over the years, I have noticed that the amount of homework does let up, slightly, after the conferences—if enough parents complain. At a meeting with Esmee’s Earth Science teacher, I find out that my daughter has in fact not been giving me all the work. When I get home, Esmee tells me she got a C on her math homework from the night before because she hadn’t made an answer column. However, there is always a clique of parents who are happy with the amount of homework. There is a worksheet, for example, requiring a reinterpretation and annotation of the rock cycle that Esmee never handed over. Her correct answers were there, at the end of each neatly written-out equation, yet they weren’t segregated into a separate column on the right side of each page. I’m amazed that the pettiness of this doesn’t seem to bother her. School is training her well for the inanities of adult life. Our math homework this evening is practicing multiplying a polynomial by a monomial, and we breeze through it in about half an hour. Then we have to translate some song lyrics from Spanish to English. Esmee’s Spanish teacher already told my wife and me in our conference this afternoon that she can tell when the kids use Google Translate—which is all the time. It’s a wonder: simply type in the lyrics, copy down the translation, and then, in an attempt to throw off the teacher, add a few mistakes. So Si te quedas a mi lado, si te subes en el tren, which Google renders as “If you stay by my side, if you get on the train,” becomes “If you stay by my side, if you go up on the train.”I become in Esmee’s homework, the more reassured I am that the teachers, principals, and school-board members who are coming up with this curriculum are earnest about their work. They are making difficult decisions about what to teach or not teach in the limited class time they have. The overall education being imparted is secular, humanistic, multicultural, and intensely quantitative. The math Esmee is doing at 13, for example, is beyond what I was doing at that age. Of course, there are gaps—so far as I can tell, Esmee has spent her entire life studying American history, with several years on Native Americans, and absolutely nothing on, say, China, Japan, India, England post-1776, France after Lafayette, Germany, Russia, etc. Like many parents, I wish there was more emphasis on creative work, on writing assignments that didn’t require Esmee to use eight “transition words” and seven metaphors. This school has clearly made choices—these kids are going to get very good at algebra and maybe a little less good at creative writing. I can’t say I fault them in this, though I know what I would prefer to spend my days doing. If Esmee masters the material covered in her classes, she will emerge as a well-rounded, socially aware citizen, a serious reader with good reasoning capabilities and a decent knowledge of the universe she lives in. But are these many hours of homework the only way to achieve this metamorphosis of child into virtuous citizen? According to my daughter’s teachers, principals, and administrators, the answer is an emphatic yes. Certainly, they have told me, all the homework does no harm. As I watch my daughter struggle through school days on too little sleep and feel almost guilty if she wants to watch an hour of television instead of advancing a few yards in the trench warfare of her weekly homework routine, I have my doubts. When would she ever have time to, say, read a book for pleasure? Or write a story or paint a picture or play the guitar? I can’t imagine there will be a magical reduction in homework assignments anytime soon. I don’t expect teachers to drastically curtail their assignments, just to occasionally lighten the load. Instead, she’s watching episodes of Portlandia on her computer. But what I will continue to do at every opportunity is remind teachers that if each is assigning an hour of homework a night, and the average kid is taking four or five academic classes, then that is simply an unrealistic cumulative workload. Of course, I may just be balancing the scales against those parents asking for extra assignments for their child. Well, it did in Brentwood, even if it took parental pressure. She has told me she feels that the many hours of homework in middle school have prepared her well. The weekend homework includes another 15 algebra equations, studying for a Spanish test on Monday, and, of course, more Angela’s Ashes. I tell Esmee that this seems strange—didn’t she just have an algebra midterm? And though I can’t draw a causal line between my day of speed dating—I mean, going to parent-teacher conferences—at the Lab School and a reduction in homework assignments, it did seem to me that in the months afterward, Esmee was able to get more sleep. “There is no way they can give me more homework,” she reasons. As for Lola: When it came time to select a middle school, she took the admissions test for Lab and listed it as her first choice, despite my telling her that in my view, the school is too rigidly focused on academics and assigns too much homework. She says that in her class, they have more than one midterm every term. We stand on the sidewalk for a few minutes, chatting. Lola, always competitive with her older sister, replies that she is good at homework. My wife and I decide to go out to dinner, and on our way up Hudson Street, we run into another couple we are close friends with. The husband is smoking a joint, and he hands it over. I haven’t smoked in a few months, but it’s Friday night and I’ve been doing homework all week. We part ways, and my wife and I go to a Japanese restaurant, where, as soon as I am seated, I regret smoking. It’s going to be hell trying to do algebra tonight with the head I have on right now. Nonetheless, when I’m home, I sit at the dining table and attempt to work my way through the polynomial worksheet. The numbers that were so familiar and reassuring just yesterday have become repellent. I realize, sitting there, failing to solve my algebra homework, that I have inadvertently yet perfectly re-created my own eighth-grade homework conditions: getting stoned, attempting math, and failing at it. I consider my daughter, who to my knowledge has never smoked marijuana. I wouldn’t wish this condition—attempting algebra when high—on anyone. One of the reasons I believe my daughter hasn’t yet tried marijuana is because she simply doesn’t have the time. 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"My au pairs always have dinner with us; they deserve to have dinner with the family, and we want to include them, but it's a big intrusion into your family life and there's no way around it. "The €54 discount is not worth the intrusion of having a full-time au pair in the house, so I have to really re-assess the whole logic of having an au pair for my children," she says. Laura Haugh, spokeswoman for, Ireland's biggest online parenting website, agrees: "That's not enough - the discount would not be equivalent to the cost of having someone live in your home. I think this will make people re-think having an au pair." "An au pair is a participant in a cultural exchange programme, to learn English and experience another culture," adds Berry, an entrepreneur and founder of Berry is not the only parent having second thoughts about the au pair system. Foreign parents, displeased at having their daughters re-categorised as domestic workers, have said they now won't be sending them to Ireland - while some Irish parents, increasingly uneasy about where they stand, are even considering sending their au pair home, warns Carina Duke, managing director of Kangaroo Au Pair in Harold's Cross. "Since the judgement was announced we have had two cases of foreign parents stating they wouldn't send their daughter to Ireland as au pairs," she told the Irish Independent. "Au pairs have been put on a par with domestic workers and many parents in Spain or France who would have sent their daughters here will now not be happy to do so. "In Europe, an au pair is participating in a cultural exchange - not in an employment contract. "This means that Ireland is the only country which views the au pair as an 'employee', which they are not," she says, adding that the change in category has major implications for how the young women are treated. "For example, we had a situation where an au pair had meningitis and was hospitalised." Because the host mother was pregnant, she explains, the host father stayed with the au pair in the hospital. When the au pair's mother arrived, she stayed in the host family's home while her daughter was ill. "Now this arrangement would be an employment situation so there is now no obligation on the employer to take care of the au pair. "From our perspective what it means is that the cultural exchange programme is now not on offer for girls who would have liked to come here via this programme." From the perspective of Irish host families, she added there is a sense of confusion: "They're not sure where they stand and we have been taking calls this morning from a family who said they felt that they might have to ask their au pair to go home because they do not know what the expectations would be now that it is no longer an exchange programme but an employment contract." All elements of the situation must now be clarified, says Laura: "This formalises the payment arrangements, but the Government needs to go further and clarify the entire situation in terms of working conditions and give guidelines even on the kind of room they sleep in - some au pairs are expected to live in below-standard accommodation. "The Government should regulate exactly how many hours of work an au pair should do per day. A template contract of employment should be provided for the use of both sides while rules should be drawn up to govern the living conditions, meals and tasks that would constitute the pair's lifestyle and working conditions." "Some au pairs are told they must not enter family rooms in the evening - they are confided to a bedroom and may not have internet access or even a TV. "Is a family allowed to ask the au pair to engage in housekeeping duties as well, for instance? "I believe mothers would be relieved if a government department put out guidelines to protect both the au pair and the couple in whose home the au pair is working," says Haugh. The Netherlands is an example of how the au pair system should be run, believes Caroline Joyce, managing director of Cara International, which has been operating in Ireland for some 15 years. "I would be very concerned about the lack of regulation in the au pair sector, but I also think the regulations they're putting in now have been implemented in a scare-mongering way, instead of in a structured way. "In the Netherlands, host families are given tax credits through the au pair agencies. Ms Joyce also warned that the minimum wage ruling has implications which reach further than the au pair sector: "This will have a knock-on effect on all childcare - from babysitters to grandparents to the girl next door," she revealed, adding that all of these would now have to have contracts of employment, payslips and tax certifications. "Families are now in a very different situation - you have a lot of shift workers who have had no option but to employ an au pair in their home who now don't know if their au pair could sue them for back pay - people are very worried." What's all the fuss about? The Workplace Relations Commission this week ordered a couple to pay nearly €10,000 to their former au pair - because they failed to provide her with proper pay and conditions. The au pair, it emerged, was expected to work up to 60 hours a week for just €100. She had no advance notice of how long she would have to work on any given day and did not receive any contract setting out her terms and conditions. If you have an au pair, you are now classed an an employer. She was reluctant to complain because of her attachment to the children she cared for, and only heard about the Migrant Rights Centre through word of mouth. You must pay your au pair at least the statutory minimum wage, currently €9.15 an hour. Your au pair must not work more than 48 hours a week, or an average of 48 hours a week over a four-month period. She or he must receive breaks of at least 15 minutes after every four-and-a-half hours worked, or 30 minutes after every six hours. She or he is also entitled to annual leave, and to have public holidays off work - or else receive compensation in lieu. All of this should be included in a written statement of terms and conditions and followed up with written pay slips. When did these rights for au pairs actually come in? These rights were always there, but somehow did not affect au pairs. Last summer the jobs minister and the Workplace Rights Relations Commission clarified the position in the summer of 2015. Are there any implications for their working condition? Your au pair is entitled to work in a "safe and healthy working environment" so overloading them with too many chores is likely to see you in breach of that condition. Why should I comply with employment legislation in terms of having an au pair? If you breach these conditions and a case is taken against you, you will have to pay anyway - and you'll be brought to court. How many au pairs do we have in Ireland - and why do they come here? An estimated 20,000 households in this country employ au pairs, many of whom come to learn English. Some are looking to experience a different culture, while others use the system to combine work and study in a foreign country. Dec 14, 2015. I've been a big fan of working from home over the years. 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