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PERRYSBURG, OH (Toledo News Now) -
parents won't see As and Bs on elementary students' report cards anymore.
district created a new reporting system designed to provide more information on
how students are learning.
new system will tell parents if a student has mastered the standard, is
proficient, or is working toward the standard.
cards will also be in more detail. Instead of just a ‘proficient' mark in
English, the cards will explain if a student needs more work in a certain area.
do we report to students how they're doing? How do students assess themselves?"
asked Kadee Anstadt, Director of Teaching and Learning. "We know that students
that have a target can hit the target, they just need to know what it is."
will also be using a new computer-based learning system called Schoology,
giving parents easy access to detailed reports about how their child is