Ohio high school adopts no-zero grading policy:

08/17/2010 | News-Herald (Lake County-Willoughby, Ohio), The

An Ohio high school has adopted a no-zero grading policy, saying that students will be forced to redo assignments. Educators say the new policy will ensure that students learn the material, rather than not do the work at all. Under the change, students who would have received a zero will meet with teachers to establish a new deadline. When the assignment is turned in, teachers can reduce the grade by up to half.

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