Options for grading weighed amid school closures

Options for grading weighed amid school closures
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The unprecedented decision to shutter schools during this public health emergency has some school districts considering the best approach to grading students' work. In one California district, students will be graded and can improve their previous grades but not be penalized, and in a Virginia district, teachers will continue to issue letter grades.

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