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MYP Summary Judgment to Letter Grade Conversion Criteria

A

At least one-half of the summary judgments on the MYP Criteria must be rated Highly Proficient. All others must be rated Proficient or better.

At least one-half 7 or 8’s. No ratings 4 or less.

An “A” letter grade has traditionally communicated that a student has mastered, at a very high level, the academic learning of the course. This summary judgment conversion represents an equivalent level of mastery in a standards based learning system.

B

At least two-thirds of the summary judgments on the MYP Criteria must be rated Highly Proficient or Proficient. None may be rated Developing.

At least two-thirds 5 or greater. No ratings of 2 or less.

A “B” letter grade has traditionally communicated that a student has the academic learning of a course strongly in place and is well equipped to move forward. This summary judgment conversion represents an equivalent level of mastery in a standards based learning system.

C

All summary judgments on the MYP Criteria must be rated Highly Proficient, Proficient, or Nearing Proficiency.

All 3’s or greater.

A “C” letter grade has traditionally communicated that a student has a basic understanding of the academic learning of a course. This student has attained the minimum required knowledge and skills to move on to the next course. This summary judgment conversion represents an equivalent level of mastery in a standards based learning system.

D

At least two-thirds of the summary judgments on the MYP Criteria must be rated Highly Proficient, Proficient, or Nearing Proficiency. No more than one-third may be rated at Developing.

At least two-thirds 3 or greater. No more than one-third 1’s or 2’s.

F

Any combination of summary judgments that falls below the criteria outlined for a D.

More than one-third 1’s or 2’s.

A “D” letter grade has traditionally communicated that a student has not mastered enough of the required learning for the course to be successful moving forward. While a student receiving a “D” may move forward to the next course, this student will lack prerequisite learning and interventions may be necessary. This summary judgment conversion represents an equivalent level of mastery in a standards based learning system. An “F” letter grade has traditionally communicated that a student has not mastered enough academic learning in a course to receive transcripted credit. This student is not able to move forward to the next course. This summary judgment conversion represents an equivalent level of mastery in a standards based learning system.

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