Two Lexington high schools are making big changes to their grades and it’s sparking a debate on discipline.
That’s according to a report in the Lexington Herald Leader.
Paul Laurence Dunbar and Bryan Station high schools will soon be cutting all extra credit or extra points for participation and effort.
Teachers also won’t be allowed to cut points for late work, missing work or give zeroes for cheating.
Matt & Mary Jo discussed if the changes help or hurt students.