- n. Plural form of grader.
“Using graders is usually more trouble than it's worth, at least in my experience.”
“According to the East Lake Foundation, violent crime has fallen 95%, only 5% of residents rely on government welfare checks, and more than 80% of fifth-graders from the neighborhood meet or exceed Georgia's math standards.”
“A pull out group with second graders is fantastic -- especially if they're advanced reading second graders.”
“In addition a group of 3rd graders from a local elementary school were in attendance.”
“The instructors at these classes are highly skilled professionals and the chance to work with experienced dealers or professional graders is pretty unique in this hobby.”
“Atherton, a science-fiction/dystopic story for middle graders is worth reading.”
“He was quickly swarmed by fifth-graders from a suburban school.”
“As a general matter, the elementary school classroom, especially for kindergartners and first graders, is not a place for student advocacy.”
“Note that a separate breakdown for white eighth graders is not available in either subject, since there weren’t enough of them to get an accurate estimate (the same goes for Asian/Pacific Islander students in all grades/subjects).”
“She talks to people like they're third graders, which is why the people who support her appear to be so ignorant and misinformed.”
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