Online gradebooks allow students, parents to track progress

11/3/2008 | Washington Post, The

Web-based grading systems allow students and their parents to check test, quiz and homework scores from any computer and may alert parents to problems long before traditional midterm report cards. "It has cut down the number of phone calls I get from parents who just want to know how their student's doing," said honors chemistry teacher Don DeMember.

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