I only worry about the actual grade for completed work. I have my progress reports set up to only report that grade to parents. Edgenuity, as far as how we use it, is self-paced, so students have some flexibility. We put in a target date to give them a guide as to where they should be at any given time, but do not penalize them if they don't make that mark. I see that several schools on here have a component that allows them to give 0's for attendance or not making a progress check-point and that is worrisome to me because, in my opinion, grades should be based on academic performance.
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Diane Wilson, Ed.S
La Vega ISD ~ Success Academy
Waco, Texas 76705
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I'm sorry- I used the incorrect term for Edgenuity purposes. They see the "OVERALL" grade – which shows mastery of what they have attempted. They also see percentage completed and percentage where they should be based on the target date in place.
They can finish in summer school or pick it up (where they left off) next year... It depends on their situation. If they are on my campus they can finish in summer school or just continue on next year because all of my kids work solely in Edgenuity. At the high school campus, the students know that they have to complete course by the end-of-year... those that do not are given the opportunity to finish it in summer school. If they do not, they are enrolled in the in-person section of the course with a teacher the following school year. That's usually enough incentive to keep them busy.
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