Thesis Title

Grading, a Survey of Current Beliefs

Date of Graduation

Spring 1981

Degree

Master of Science in Education in Educational Administration

Department

Counseling, Leadership and Special Education

Committee Chair

Fred Esser

Subject Categories

Educational Administration and Supervision

Abstract

Educators were asked to agree or disagree with 40 statements on grading practices and on the usefulness of grades. The results of teachers and administrators, of males and females, of beginning and experienced educators, of elementary and secondary educators, and of older and younger educators were compared for each survey item. Responses at variance with the implications of a "rigorous" view of grading were identified.

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© Bruce A Murray

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