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Should student grades be affected by behavior in class?


If there is a student who does well on academic work, should bad behavior that disrupts other students be held against the student? If not, how would you handle it?

 

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    Susan Holland (susanholland10) 3 years ago

    You should turn this into a hub! Excellent information! Thanks for sharing!

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    DaisysJourney 3 years ago

    It's unethical to grade someone on behavior. Too subjective. We have comment codes on report cards to let parents know their kid is disruptive, but work completed should earn a score unhindered by a child's proclivity to disrupt.


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