Computerized grading programs and electronic gradebooks can be useful tools. But in the end, Mr. Guskey reminds us, teachers must still decide what grade offers the most accurate and fairest description of each student's achievement and level of performance.

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Published in Phi Delta Kappan, v. 83, issue 10, p. 775-780.

© 2002, Thomas R. Guskey

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