Maryland district implements less-subjective grading system

08/27/2004 | Washington Post, The

In Montgomery County, Md., this year, elementary and middle school teachers will implement a new grading policy that will not account for effort and class participation. School officials say the change will make grades a more objective reflection of students' academic achievement and a better predictor of their performance on standardized tests.

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