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Would you agree that the answer to the question, "When and how may a principal interfere
with the assigned mark of a teacher who is following all the guidelines of this "reformed
acessment" policy?" is vital for grades that are accurate, meaningful, consistent, and
supportive of learning?

2012-09-18
bailey Green
 

The
Grade
Doctor
says:

""When and how may a principal interfere with the assigned mark of a teacher who is
following all the guidelines of this "reformed assessment" policy?"
I think a principal always has the right to monitor teacher's grading practices but should
"interfere" only when they detect that the teacher is not following school/district policies
and procedures.
I do not understand your second question as it appears to be incomplete.

 

 

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