University | 8:31 pm | April 4, 2013 | By Jane Darby Menton

Grading vote postponed until fall

Proposals to change Yale’s grading system have been tabled until next fall, said Yale College Dean Mary Miller.

At today’s Yale College Faculty Meeting the ad-hoc committee on grading presented a report to the faculty that recommended the college adopt a 100-point grading scale and a suggested grade distribution rubric. Though some of the committee’s proposals to increase the transparency of grading across departments were passed, propositions that would alter the grading system were referred back to committee for review.

Miller said the committee will present again at next November’s faculty meeting.

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