A Parents' Guide to Grading and Reporting: Being Clear about What Matters
Whether resulting from the educational fallout of the COVID-19 global pandemic or merely challenging the status quo, more schools are transitioning their grading practices away from traditional points and percentages and toward 21st century grading practices such as standards-based and proficiency-based grading. A Parents’ Guide to Grading and Reporting: Being Clear about What Matters assists parents and guardians in understanding what is involved in 21st century grading and how to become better partners with educators in efforts to understand students’ strengths and areas for improvement. -- Provided by the publisher
Education Parent participation; Education Parent participation--United States; Grading and marking (Students); Grading and marking (Students)--United States
Rowman & Littlefield
Department of Educational Psychology, Foundations, and Leadership Studies
xvi, 85 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Townsley, Matt, "A Parents' Guide to Grading and Reporting: Being Clear about What Matters" (2023). Faculty Book Gallery. 544.