Students’ Grades Are Open For Negotiation At Ontario High School

The Daily Caller | 9/14/2017 | Staff
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An Ontario high school has decided to let its students negotiate for their final grades.

CTV News reports that school principal Jim Kardash has no issues with the plan.

Ontario - Government - Concept - Province

Ontario’s Liberal government approved the concept, and it may someday be used across the province.

Education Minister Mitzie Hunter expressed her enthusiasm for the program. “We welcome the use of innovative projects to explore best practices in student achievement and well-being,” according to a statement.

Mayfield - Secondary - School - Caledon - Ontario

Mayfield Secondary School in Caledon, Ontario is beginning the experiment with ninth grade students who are invited to provide “feedback” to their teachers after being assigned work. The results of these discussions will provide the basis for what students feel their mark should be at the end of the school...
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