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Progress and Proficiency: Redesigning Grading for Competency Education

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This page includes resources mentioned in the paper Progress and Proficiency: Redesigning Grading for Competency Education (CompetencyWorks 2014), including examples from districts, blog posts written by practitioners, and links to all the resources mentioned in the paper.  If you are new to competency education, you might want to read The Art and Science of Designing Competencies and The Learning Edge: Supporting Student Success in a Competency-Based Learning Environmentboth found at CompetencyWorks.


On April 24, 2014, Abbie Forbus and Brett Grimm from Lindsay Unified High School, described their grading practices. Attached are resources mentioned in the webinar:




Examples of Grading Practices in Competency-based Schools


Casco Bay Charter School, Portland Oregon


Sanborn Regional High School, New Hampshire



Lindsay Unified School District, California


Diploma Plus





Mt. Ararat Middle School, Maine



  • Hawaii Standards-based Report Card (Please note: schools may be using standards-based or standard-referenced policies. In standards-referenced, students move on without reaching proficiency.)



Blog Posts





Links to Resources Mentioned in the Paper




Want More? Here are some more resources on grading and transcripts








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