Sunday, August 14, 2022
08/14/2022

Chicago High School Will Introduce Race-Based Grading System

A Chicago High School is implementing a race-based grading criteria in order to “adjust classroom grading scales to “account for skin color or ethnicity of its students.” A slide used in a presentation in which the new policy was announced claimed that “traditional grading practices perpetuate inequities.”

Oak Park and River Forest High School administrators will require teachers to adjust their exiting grading criteria based on the new guidelines West Cook News.

Depending on their race, students will not be disciplined or see their grades slip for missing class, misbehaving in school, or for failing to turn in assignments. Black students will be given the most leeway while their White and Asian counterparts will receive no such leniency.
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