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  • n. Plural form of grade.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of grade.


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  • Things have been pretty insane the last few days and yesterday in particular, with trying to get the term grades in by the deadline; last night after getting home, all I had the energy for was just to veg out in front of the TV, and then go to bed early.


  • Now, admittedly, I got their feedback on the day when they turned in their final portfolios and were feeling pretty proud of themselves as writers, which may have skewed the results upward somewhat, but they were anonymous surveys and I stressed that I had already given them their term grades and that this feedback was strictly for the purpose of revising the assignment in the future.

    What Now?

  • Studies from Tennessee, Wisconsin, and states throughout the country have demonstrated that students who are assigned to smaller classes in grades K-3rd do better in every way that can be measured: they score higher on tests, receive better grades, and exhibit improved attendance.

    7 Class size myths -- and the truth

  • A survey just released by the Olweus program, this one of 524,054 students in grades 3 through 12, 17 percent of the kids reported being bullied two to three times a month or more within a school semester.

    Are we raising a generation of bullies?

  • The extra dollars allowed for state of the art interventions such as reduced class sizes in grades K – 3, extended learning time, and intensive teacher development.

    Economic school integration: A response to Valerie Strauss and Jerry Weast

  • The information was gleaned from an anonymous survey of 524,054 U.S. students in grades 3 through 12, and it comes when bullying is in the news because of a series of suicides by young gays who had been bullied.

    New data on bullying: 17% report regular abuse

  • VOLLEYBALL: Online registration is open for Loudoun Youth Volleyball's fall season, offering recreational leagues for boys and girls in grades 6-12.

    Loudoun County sports announcements

  • The story is unclear whether any of these schools made retroactive changes in grades, which certainly seems far more ethically questionable.

    How (not) to teach ethics and integrity « A Progressive on the Prairie

  • Children must be in grades 1-5 for the 2009-10 school year.

    Literacy News – 107th Edition « News « Literacy News

  • Students in grades first through eighth take the test annually.

    Assessing Literacy Behavior « Literacy Articles « Articles « Literacy News


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