Grades play a significant, complex role in the lives of students, with their ability to increase pressure, change student-teacher relationships, and bolster motivation.

In the interest of providing in-depth coverage and generating greater discussion, we have tackled several of these nuances in separate, stand-alone stories.

Miranda Simes opens the discussion in the main story “Fairness in Grades: Examining the Complexity of Evaluations.”

Natalie Silverman questions the value of student evaluations in “Should Students Be Able to Grade Teachers?” Her opinion “Seeking a Genuine Definition of Success and Happiness” highlights the relationship between others’ interpretation of success and one’s own.

 

 

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