At the board’s Tuesday night meeting, its members unanimously approved a policy that will abolish the traditional high school ranking system. According to a copy of the policy, the school will keep a private record of rankings that will not be available to the public and will not be included on a student’s high school transcript.
The rankings will be accessible with permission from the high school principal if a student needs his or hers for a scholarship or other circumstance, according to the policy.
School Board Vice President David Dubin said that the policy was a recommendation of the board’s academic advisory committee. It was introduced to the board... more