Some Schools Are Updating Grades In Real Time. It's Stressing Parents And Kids Out

Jan 8, 2019
Originally published on January 8, 2019 11:42 am

No more waiting until the end of the term to get a report card: Schools are using technology to inform parents of their kids’ grades in real time. But some educators say “open grade books” are causing unneeded stress for students and families. Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson and Robin Young talk with KQED’s Tonya Mosley (@TonyaMosley), who has been dealing with the anxiety in her own home.

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