No-Zero grading policy requires retesting opportunities for failing students


Lowndes County Schools students in Georgia can relax a little--3rd through 8th graders can no longer receive zeros on assignments, the Huffington Post reports. Under a new policy, report cards and progress reports will reflect a 60 out of 100 as the lowest grade, and teachers must offer students opportunities to retake tests and redo assignments until a passing grade is earned. The highest grade earned will be recorded, and
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