Less than half of US colleges are now planning for in-person classes




Less than half of US colleges are now planning for in-person classes
Less than half of US colleges are now planning for in-person classes  
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  • 2020-08-13 15:27:39Z

The government is under growing pressure to address the question of how to fairly award students grades after the pandemic forced schools to close in March and cancelled standardized final exams that are a rite of passage for most British teens completing high school. Figures on Thursday showed that some 40% of students' grades - estimated by teachers based on children's academic performance - were marked down by an official algorithm meant to ensure that this year's results wouldn't be significantly higher than typical years.

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