Washington Post Quotes Guskey

What if the problem isn’t the grade, but the grading scale? UK College of Education Professor Tom Guskey, author of On Your Mark, offers his thoughts in this Washington Post piece on schools shifting to no-zero grading policies. Click here to read the article.

UK College of Education Students Receive Fellowship for Project to Improve Teaching of Slavery

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Three graduate students from the University of Kentucky College of Education are among 11 students across the nation selected for research fellowships by the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance project. The fellowships are part of a multi-year initiative to improve the teaching of slavery in K-12 schools across the … Read More

Cross-Cultural Lunch and Learn

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Students last semester had a unique chance to understand current issues from different perspectives thanks to a free “Cross-Cultural Lunch and Learn” workshop series planned by the UK College of Education Office of International School Partnerships. The events helped students improve their cross-cultural communication skills and learn about ways they … Read More

The Difference a Grade Makes: Helping Educators Help Students

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  This feature, and accompanying video, were produced by UK Research Communications. How effective are traditional grading practices in the classroom? Dr. Thomas Guskey tackles this and other current issues in education through his research at the University of Kentucky College of Education. “I think everybody has a sort of … Read More

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