At a teachers’ convention, a distinguished educator addressed the question of whether or not the “report card” system should be abandoned. She said,
As a student and as a teacher, I have looked at report cards from both sides. And I find that I must agree with many of the students who would like to do away with the system. In the first place, it is very hard, sometimes, to give an honest appraisal of a student’s work. As a teacher, I have worked until the wee hours of the morning trying to do just that, only to end up with feelings of deep frustration. I also know that it was difficult at times as a student to keep…
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