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Subject:Re: marking periods From:Caryn Rizell <caryn -at- HPPTC95 -dot- ROSE -dot- HP -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 10 Nov 1994 11:14:56 PST
No, I went to a regular school. We just called them 'quarters'.
I really could figure out what the term meant, it was
just interesting to me that different areas called it different
Enough of this, huh?
> Hi Caryn,
> A "marking period" is the same as a "grading period"; you divide the school
> up into marking periods of 9 weeks each, or 6 weeks, or whatever, and the
> student receives grades, or "marks" at the end of each period.
> Did you go to some sorta damn hippie school where they didn't have grades, or