Administrators are apparently scanning every branch of the learning tree this year and debuting a new program that allows four Charlotte County elementary schools to ditch the A’s, B’s, and C’s and adopt a system of ones, twos and threes to evaluate student performance.
“Basically, we are moving away from the idea of getting grades and moving toward getting the children college- and career-ready,” explained Carmel Kisiday, director of elementary learning for Charlotte County Public Schools. “Teachers are going to be spending more time on a standards-based curriculum and go into greater depth.”
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