And conditioning tax credits on a B average would go even further: It would make grade inflation
mandatory in all freshman and sophomore classes - and not just at community colleges.
They will address the pernicious damage caused by grade inflation
and dumbing down, which have undermined students' achievements.
It is no coincidence that complaints about grade inflation
started and have grown in number during the 24 years since GCSE was inaugurated in 1988.
is the result and a growing concern.
The fourth edition adds reading selections on Afghan women, African refugees, and grade inflation
, and three new chapters to the final unit on textbooks.
Another result of this whole situation is the incredible state of grade inflation
at all levels.
THE head of employers' organisation CBI has praised the efforts of A-level students and said claims of widespread employer concern about grade inflation
are ``wildly overdone''.
But she added: "We continue to believe that yet another 'record-breaking year' for A-level pass rates is symptomatic of endemic and rampant grade inflation
The Institute of Directors (IoD) said rampant grade inflation
meant the exam system's gold standard exam no longer presented students with a real test.
Harvard University hopes to let the air out of grade inflation
charges with a new grading scale and tougher requirements for honors.
describes an upward shift in the grade-point average (GPA) over an extended period of time and has emerged in all levels of education in the past three decades (Carney el al.