Officials in Illinois district are opposed to no-zero policy

07/28/2010 | Herald News (Joliet, Ill.), The

School board members in the Troy, Ill., district are concerned that some students are receiving credit for incomplete or missing work after reports that some teachers were not giving grades below 50. Most board members said they were concerned that the practice did not make students accountable and that they were opposed to granting partial credit for work that was not completed. The superintendent said he will devise a policy to refine grading practices.

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