Student grading policies
- • consideration of attendance allowed
- • policy content
Each school district board may establish student grading policies that permit teachers to consider a student’s attendance in determining the student’s grade or deciding whether the student should be granted or denied credit. A student’s attendance shall not be the sole criterion for the reduction of a student’s grade. Such policies shall provide that prior to reduction of grade or denial of credit:
(1) The teacher identifies how the student’s attendance and participation in class is related to the instructional goals of the particular subject or course and gives notice to the student and parents or guardian of the student.
(2) Procedures are in effect to ensure due process when the grade is reduced or credit is denied for attendance rather than academic reasons.
(3) The reasons for the nonattendance are considered and the grade is not reduced or credit is not denied based on absences due to:
(a) Religious reasons;
(b) A student’s disability; or
(c) An excused absence as determined by the policy of the school district. [1995 c.656 §4]
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