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D211 Post: Introduction to Grading Improvements

A message from Superintendent Dan Cates … (reprinted from the July/August 2017 Superintendent’s Newsletter)     Just for a moment, consider what you believe a report card grade should represent. Most of us can likely agree that a grade serves to communicate a student’s performance within a given course. Though grading might initially seem uncomplicated and straightforward, opinions differ widely about characteristics that should or should not factor into a final grade. Complexities associated with grading continue to merit extensive interest and study in countless articles, books, and professional seminars. Input ...