VIDEO: Higher ed expert says coronavirus is being used 'as an excuse' for easier grading
- Colleges and universities across the country have moved to pass/fail grading after the semester was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
- David Randall, the Director of Research at the National Association of Scholars, spoke to Campus Reform on the move to easier grading, which is being accelerated by the pandemic.
As colleges and universities take measures to ease grading standards because of the coronavirus pandemic, one higher education expert is slamming the trend.
David Randall, the Director of Research at the National Association of Scholars, told Campus Reform that pass/fail grading “lowers the expectations” of students.