California schools are getting rid of the traditional letter-grading system in the name of “racial equity,” according to the Los Angeles Times.
Schools in Los Angeles and San Diego have decided to stop grading students’ homework and exams with A-F letter grades due to concerns that assigning actual grades contributes to racial achievement gaps. A more “equitable” grading system includes eliminating deadlines and allowing students to retake tests and revise essays for better grades, said LA Unified School District Chief Academic Officer Alison Yoshimoto-Towery.
Letter grading practices “justify and to provide unequal educational opportunities based on a student’s race or class,” she wrote in a letter to Los Angeles principals.
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