One time when I moved I thought it was incredibly stupid that it 64% and below was an F, when most schools it is 59% and below. Each letter grade should be 10%, and then once you get below 60 that's a failure. IT makes sense that way. Then some schools have - or +, and some may not, but I always thought that was really stupid.
Do Boards of Education determine how grading works?
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It depends on where you live. Here, it's the provincial governments that set the standard for grading. Anything below 50% is a failing grade here. 51-59% is a D, 60-69% is a C, 70-79% is a B, and 80-100% is an A, all with the - and + letter grades included.
Usually it is state or provincial governments who set grades in the US and Canada. I'm not sure how it works in other countries.0
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