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Grade Inflation Websites
Simply put, grade inflation is when teachers/professors give a student (or many students) a grade higher than the grade earned.- Category ID : 440221
List of Grade_Inflation Sites
NYTimes.com: Harvard Committee Works to Restore the Honor of the B Plus
Addresses grade inflation issues at Harvard over the years. [Requires free registration to view.]
Grade Inflation: The Current Fraud
Study by M. Thomas and William Bainbridge finds prevalent inflation in poor performing schools.
Analyzes data from around the United States over time.
The Initiative to End Grade Inflation
Proposes an alternative numerical system for higher education. Covers teaching techniques, problem discussion, and plans of action.
The Dangerous Myth of Grade Inflation
Covers the inaccuracy of statistics in comparison with the 1970s. Also compares rising scores to falling SATs.
The Christian Science Monitor: Grade Inflation Is Not a Victimless Crime
Explains that students need an accurate synopsis of their performance.
The Curse of the Easy A
A brief essay on the damage that grade inflation or making a class too easy can create.
Changes in High School Grading Standards in Mathematics, 1982-1992
A research report that concludes no inflation occurred over the duration of the report. Includes a free download.
The Guardian: Inquiry Into Exam Grade Inflation Claims
Covers the systamatic reduction of standards on the GCSE to return better results.