Evidence-Based Learning & Grading (6-12)

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The purpose of Evidence-Based Grading is to promote a growth mindset amongst students as learners who reflect on and reevaluate their learning. In addition, the goal of EBG is to ensure that a student’s final grade fully communicates their learning over specific skills/standards. Listen to this episode of RUSD's podcast "RU in the Know?" to learn more. 

What is Evidence-Based Grading?

What Courses Utilize an Evidence-Based Grading System?

  • Beginning with the 23-24 school year, all Middle school courses will use an evidence-based grading system.
  • Each year, additional high school courses transition to an evidence-based grading system.  Click here for a full list of courses.

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