Ask yourself the important question: If I were the student, could I complete the assignment in a reasonable amount of time, with success, and what will I have learned or have reinforced from having competed the homework assignment?
I liked school so I mostly wanted to. Some students may need weekly, rather than nightly homework.
Information from the pink slips can be sent home every week for parental review and signature, if needed. One of the problems of my first year in teaching was getting students to do homework.
This can probably be the same place where the daily schedule is posted. These students obviously have an advantage over the students who do not have these, which is not their fault. It may well be how the homework assignments are being assigned. Daily contact right at the beginning is an easy, but meaningful way to build a relationship.
For the first few weeks you need to reinforce all its parts the coloured paper, the notes, the handing in.
He had ZERO moral qualms about homework trust me.
So, instead of wasting it, they opted to reprint the information from the "Personal Responsibility Card" and put it on the "Pink Slip. And no one answer fits every question. The most effective time to assign homework is during the lesson; otherwise it has no relevance to the student.