February 3, 2013
Some in our legislature want to grade schools: "School performance: Senate Bill 5328 would assign a letter grade — A, B, C, D or F — to each public school based on the performance of its students on standardized tests and other measures." Sounds good to me--after we assign grades to parents (attendance at conferences, replying to school communications, etc.), legislators (adequate and equitable funding), and administrators (effectiveness in handling student discipline and balancing class load).
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