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Eliminating "C" Grades To Make Students (& Teachers) Do Better

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The Eminence, Kentucky school district is getting rid of the "C" grade, and if you check out Fox News today and tonight, you'll see that I've got lots to say about it (mainly that it's unlikely to work). Or, read all about the effort, which follows the successful elimination of "D" grades (Making the grade – harder).
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