Grade Changing


Article 8 D. Students’ Grades
The teacher’s judgment in grading students is to be respected; therefore if the principal changes a student’s grade in any subject for a grading period, the principal shall notify the teacher of the reason for the change in writing.



Comment below.


Janet De L

What about not forcing us to give higher grades in the first place? Or wording like that.

Lynne Gulliksen

I am not sure there is even a legitimate reason for a principal to change a grade. The teacher is the one who is “teaching,” and the one who spends the time with the student, thus evaluating their work, which equates to a grade. Why, for any readon, should a principal be able to change a grade? That shouldn’t even be an option here.

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