New Jersey district eliminates D's in middle, high school

07/27/2010 | Daily Record (Morristown-Parsippany, N.J.)

Teachers in New Jersey's Mount Olive district will no longer assign D grades to middle- and high-school students under a newly adopted grading policy. From now on, any grade less than 70 will be a failing grade. Officials in support of the system say it should help improve achievement because students will have to work harder.

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