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Grades not ultimate yardstick for measuring student success

5:38 PM, Mar. 16, 2013
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"Grade inflation," examined in a Feb. 24 Oshkosh Northwestern report, is a topic in education dating back decades.

From the 1970s, studies have shown that universities and colleges across the United States have experienced an increase in the student cumulative grade point average, or GPA. UW Oshkosh has been no different than most public and private institutions in that our average grade awarded has increased. Since the early1990s, however, our average GPA has remained relatively steady - and we continue to remain below the national average. In our opinion, a story on grade inflation is ...

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