I teach mostly juniors and seniors (precalc and calc). In my school we give out tests and quizzes that are common assessments. I believe that by the time they are juniors and seniors in high school, students should learn how to study using their class notes, textbooks, and other practice materials provided throughout the unit. After all, they will be in college very soon. As such, I don't believe in providing study guides for assessments. Obviously I tell students how to prepare, and give them practice materials throughout the unit, but I don't neatly package it for them to memorize at the end of the unit. All of the other precalc teachers are on the same page as me so none of the pre-calc kids get study guides. On the other hand, there are two calc teachers who are both on the older side, and they give out study guides before every single test and quiz, which are basically just the test or quiz with different numbers.. They just want everyone to do well, and want to minimize the parent emails and extra help they need to be giving. I gave study guides back when I taught algebra courses because those kids are still young and can't be expected to necessarily study properly on their own, but I think it is babying them as seniors, particularly since none of them were given study guides as juniors so it's basically a step backwards for them. What's your take on study guides for these grade levels? Since we give the same assessments, I do sort of feel like I am disadvantaging my students grade-wise by not giving them the study guides that the other two teachers do, but on the flip side, I feel it will benefit them in the long-run as they won't be receiving these guides in college.