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Uruguay abolishes numerical grading scales in schools

The Central Council of Policies (Codices) of Public Education in Uruguay this week passed a new regulation on assessment and grading. 

The document will come into force from next year and will abolish grading. Instead, students are graded on five levels: regular/regular, regular/good, good, very good, and excellent. 

This proposal was included in the teachers' original proposal, but days earlier it had been voted on that each assessment should correspond to a grade from . . .

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