New Jersey Teacher’s Union Endorses Thomas Guskey’s Position on the Use of Zeros in Grading

Apparently not all teacher unions are averse to rational and unbiased conversation about grading policy. Go to page 16 of the New Jersey Teacher Association’s NJEA Review magazine for October 2005 to read their cover story on whether or not teachers should use zeros in grading.

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2 thoughts on “New Jersey Teacher’s Union Endorses Thomas Guskey’s Position on the Use of Zeros in Grading

  1. Hi Hugh,

    I do need to correct you on one point. No union is averse to rational and unbiased conversation. It is when the conversation is biased and top-down that the aversion happens. How soon we forget! KN

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