The LePage administration decided ahead of time how many A’s, B’s, C’s, D’s and F’s it would hand out.

May 13

Mike Tipping: School grading system intentionally flawed to achieve a goal

The LePage administration decided ahead of time how many A’s, B’s, C’s, D’s and F’s it would hand out.

Two weeks ago, I wrote a column (“LePage’s school grading system meant to punish poor towns,” April 27) predicting that the A-F school grades soon to be released by the LePage administration would mostly just show that students in schools in poor towns do worse, on average, on standardized tests than do students in wealthy towns.  READ MORE…

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