Developing Standards-Based Report Cards
Develop standards-based report cards that are meaningful to students, parents, and educators!
Helping school leaders gain support for transitioning from traditional to standards-based report cards, this book guides educators in aligning assessment and reporting practices with standards-based education and providing more detailed reports of children’s learning and progress. This accessible volume:
Provides a clear framework for developing standards-based report cards;
Shows how to communicate with parents, students, and other stakeholders about changes;
Illustrates how to achieve grading consistency without increasing teachers’ workloads or violating their professional autonomy;
Includes examples of standards-based report cards that can be adapted to a school’s needs.
- 2010 Corwin
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