They will get more work done:
Homework trapped children cannot accomplish work in a reasonable period of time. The homework trap allows them to work, knowing there is an end in sight.
They will feel understood:
Most homework-trapped children enter the new school year absolutely convinced that they will do well. Shortly, things fall apart. Once homework noncompliance is understood to be a learning, not a behavioral or moral problem, they will feel relief and put more effort out.
They will like their parents again:
We all have "the best mommies and daddies in the world." Children need their parents to accept that role. Homework pressure interfere with parental authority, and taint the relationships children have with their parents.