Standards-based grading takes hold in some Minn. schools

03/29/2013 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Some Minnesota schools are considering a new approach to grading after discovering a disconnect between students' grades and scores on standardized assessments. Under the new standards-based model, grades would not be based on factors such as turning in homework on time, but rather on students' mastery of state education standards.

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