Re-do Re-test & Late Work Policy

EIA (Local): The District shall permit a student who meets the criteria detailed in the grading guidelines a reasonable opportunity to redo an assignment or retake a test for which the student received a failing grade. (This is the policy adopted by our CFISD School Board.)

 

Retest/redo Guidelines: (Below are the “grading guidelines” that are referred to in the board policy above.)

 

The following criteria should guide retest/redo practices:

· A student should have one opportunity each grading period in each course to retake a test (Summative Assessment) for which he/she earned a failing grade (a grade below 70). The highest grade a student can earn on a test retake will be a 70. A student may not earn a grade lower than the original grade.

 

· A student should have at least one opportunity each grading period in each course to redo a Relevant Application for which he/she earned a failing grade (a grade below 70). The highest grade a student can earn on a redone relevant assessment will be a 70. A student may not earn a grade lower than the original grade.

 

· Teachers should allow students to redo at least one daily grade or class assignment (Checking for Understanding) for which the student received a failing grade. The highest grade a student can earn on a redone assignment will be a 70. A student may not earn a grade lower than the original grade.

 

· Teachers may work with students through re-teaching opportunities in order to allow students to demonstrate mastery of the TEKS.

 

· Grades assigned/earned within a grading period must be posted within the same grading period.

 

· Grading closes at the end of the grading period.

 

· DPMs or Benchmarks are not included in the retest/redo opportunities.

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