I don't believe in homework. This is something I used to keep secret. I would say, "my kids finish their homework when they're done with their work." I was worried that it would appear weak. I was scared that people would think I had low standards.
Then I had a school-age kid. I watched my son wanting to read books, make his own picture books, build things, play on the swing set, collect bugs and he would rush through mindless packets. I grew angry at the intrusion of the school into family time in the name of "the real world" or "review" or whatever excuse people made.
So, I stand boldly against homework. My students do really well without it. If they want it (and some do) I will give them authentic work as enrichment. However, their time away should be exactly that: their time to themselves. So, if you are interested in joining this movement, please take the Abolishing Homework Pledge or you can add it to this spreadsheet.