Questions arise over meaning of no-fail grading policy

11/20/2009 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Six Texas school districts are suing the state's top education official, saying he has misinterpreted the state's no-fail grading policy. District officials say the law applies only to classroom assignments -- not report cards -- but state officials say teachers are banned from giving minimum grades altogether.

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