- Nov 20, 2008
- Reaction score
My district did this: If a kid was passing before the shutdown, they pass automatically. They didn't have to do a single thing. If the kid was failing before, they at times were passed by going behind the teachers back so to speak.So, your telling me that if students complete no assignments or assessments, they can't be failed? If so, that's a problem. However, I don't see it as a problem that is unique to distance education. After all, a student could come to an in-person class every day but do absolutely no preparation, studying, listening, or assignments and still bomb the course.