Does ‘grading for equity’ result in lower standards?

Does ‘grading for equity’ result in lower standards?

Some ideas from Joe Feldman’s comments on Rick Hess’ blog… “Equitable grading” is defined by Tyner and Coffey as “lowering standards through lenient grading policies” in a recent report. Joe counters that the adoption of...
The 6 types of working genius

The 6 types of working genius

Some ideas from Patrick Lencioni’s recent book, The 6 Types of Working Genius… Principals sometimes feel overwhelmed because they lack certain skills needed for their job, especially when leading big changes at school. Lencioni talks about six types of...