New school year will bring new grading system to Morton
When the doors open at Morton High Schools for the 2013-2014 school year, students will be returning to a new, improved and fairer standards-based grading system.
This system, which District 201 had been preparing for since 2011, will provide students and parents with more complete information on the students’ mastery of their learning goals.
Students will now be graded on a zero through five scale, rather than on the traditional percentage scale. For example, a five will indicate exemplary work, equivalent to a A+ grade. A four indicates advanced work (A), a three proficient work (B), a two basic work (C), a one indicates need for improvement (D), and a zero will designate no attempt/beginning (E).
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