Grades used to mean something, such as the hard work that a student (and that student’s parent) put into assignments, projects, or test preparations. However, the Left is pushing through a so-called “equity in grading”…
You’d think this was a sick practical joke for the county’s schoolteachers, but it isn’t: Under the new system, a student’s behavior is factored out of his or her grades. The school system also now…
A soon-to-be-retired U.S. Army general will take command of an embattled liberal arts school in Maryland after a grades controversy.
Isn’t that ridiculous? “Citing what it calls “unhealthy” competition among students, the Wake County school board is the latest in the country to make valedictorians and salutatorians a thing of the past, The News & Observer of Charlotte reports.”
George Leef talks about the grade inflation and whether you can trust someone’s grades at college. Photo by michael pollak Photo by michael pollak
Black students were upset that they received low grades while in the University of Chicago’s law school, with Antonin Scalia as their professor. They claimed he was racist, but the law school has a blind…
Welcome to the real world, Brown University college student activists. Photo by thurdl01
Students complained to their professors about their grades, so when that didn’t work, they went to the dean. The dean then issued a separate test in order to get the students to pass and graduate.
Lowering the bar! Yay, lowering education standards in Sonoma County, California!
It’s not clear who is at fault here, whether the students are for being bad students or the professor for unilaterally failing them.