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Books and Articles

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Whether you're new to standards-based grading, or are looking for additional perspectives and ideas, chances are there's a book for you. Nearly every book listed is appropriate for the K-12 spectrum, including all content areas. I recommend How to Grade for Learning, by Ken O'Connor or Grading by Susan Brookhart as good places to start.


Click here to jump down to newspaper and magazine articles about standards-based grading. There are examples for both K-12 and college/university. All are great conversation starters with others, or just for your own reflective practice. The Indian River School District has a site devoted to standards-based grading with many articles and resources available.


Do you have books about grading, reporting, or data that should be added to the list? Let me know.




Grading and Reporting


Data Management and Use









College and University

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