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The Limits of Community and the Future of Going Gradeless

To what extent is grading an unexamined process that is part of a system that’s less about learning and more about sorting, stigmatizing, and sickening our children in pursuit of a perfection that is neither attainable nor healthy?

Source: The Limits of Community and the Future of Going Gradeless

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About Garreth Heidt

Designerly Minded High School Humanities and Liberal Studies Teacher Speech and Debate Coach. Constantly learning, trying to be more a maker and less a consumer of culture. I believe in the infinite value of a liberal education and the power of design thinking to help make the world a better place.

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One thought on “The Limits of Community and the Future of Going Gradeless

  1. Thank you for sharing this article. Our school does not use grades, but rather narratives from both students and teachers.

    Posted by Kasey Errico | June 17, 2017, 3:24 pm

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