WHERE’S ALBERT SHANKER AND HIS NUCLEAR WARHEAD WHEN YOU NEED HIM? Downgrading grades, ‘celebrating all students.’

The bar keeps getting lower in New York City’s public schools, writes Erika Sanzi on Project Forever Free. It’s a game of hide the data.

Chancellor Richard Carranza’s new grading policy bars failing grades. Students will be marked “in progress” or “incomplete,” even if they’ve done no work at all, writes Sanzi.

Safetyism strikes again.

(Classical reference in headline.)