Grading programs slowly supplant red pen

05/2/2005 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Automatic grading programs are growing in use, despite resistance from skeptics who question their accuracy. Even though some e-grading software has yielded uneven results in analyzing written words, University of Missouri professor Ed Brent says the technology frees up teachers so they can focus on students' creativity and the strength of their arguments.

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