No-Zero Grading? Are You Kidding Me?!
Thursday, November 1, 2018
No-Zero Grading? Are You Kidding Me?!

Should grades be used to punish, encourage, or reward students? In recent years, this enduring question has taken on fresh meaning thanks to various efforts to either implement or reject “no-zero” grading policies. With these policies, zeroes are off the table for students—instead, the minimum score a student could receive...

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A Brain-Based Approach to Helping Low-SES Students
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
https://www.lexialearning.com/Website_InlineCTAsV2_4KeysLead_080317_T1_1_Blog

Many students in the United States come to school with a low socioeconomic status (SES), according to federal guidelines. Recent data from the National School Lunch Program suggests that nearly 100,000 schools serve lunch to 30 million students each day. (Only students who are signed up for the lunch program...

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