Student-grading software programme worries parents, teachers

06/30/2010 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Some schools in Australia are testing a software programme that allows teachers to grade students with the click of a button. Teachers can choose from a bank of pre-written comments to individualise a report, but parents, teachers and school administrators worry that the software cannot simulate a teacher's understanding of a student's progress.

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