"If a student is not learning, that could be the fault of the system, not of the student," says education reporter Moriah Balingit. "[Grades] seem to measure what students have, not what they know."
Should we keep assessing students in a way that assumes they're all on the same level? Or is it time to do away with grades completely?
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