Traditional Grading May Not Be as Straightforward as It Seems

Teacher giving math lessons to students in a classroom.

Education Week | February 2024

Each teacher’s grading becomes siloed, leading to wide variability—one 10th grade English teacher grades very differently from the 10th grade English teacher next door, multiplied across a school and district—which means that a student’s grade can be more reflective of their teacher’s grading practices than the student’s proficiency in the course.

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