Md. district pulls back online grading system after teacher criticism

01/6/2010 | Sun (Baltimore), The

A complicated online grading system that required teachers to assess students based on 100 skills has been put on hold in Maryland's Baltimore County district. Teachers criticized the Articulated Instruction Module program after it was announced in December, saying it would take too much of their time and was redundant.

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