In response to calls from parents to stop reporting class rankings to college admissions offices, Albemarle County Public Schools is in the process of reviewing its policy.
Currently, Albemarle reports class ranks to colleges and universities in deciles, but many parents feel that doing so paints students below the top 10 percent negatively in the eyes of selective universities.
- Does *not* rewarding kids for achievement disincentivize them from trying harder?
- How could we focus educating kids on actually educating kids rather than passing tests in order to get better ranked?
- When folks are moving to Charlottesville – Albemarle what rankings to they consider in public schools? Do they factor in what percentage of
There is a great discussion at RealCrozetVA.
Update – Charlottesville Tomorrow has a poll – Should Albemarle County report student rankings to colleges?
(Published at RealCrozetVA first as the meeting referenced in the Charlottesville Tomorrow story was at Western Albemarle High School in Crozet)