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Should I Weight Homeschool Honors Classes?

Should I Weight Homeschool Honors Classes?
To Weight or Not to Weight... That is the Question!  Which is nobler?  Leanne asked about weighting rigorous courses. What about Honors classes? I see you didn't "weight" the grade for Honors English. Don't the public schools do this? If I wanted to would I make it a 1.5 credit course, or a 5.0 for the grade? We used James Stobaugh for American Lit and it was very rigorous, plus Evan is taking Brit Lit with...
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Guest — Kimberly C
Can dual credits at the community college considered honors course & weighted that way?
Thursday, 21 July 2016 10:14
Guest — Assistant to The HomeScholar
Hi Kimberly, Lee is not in favor or weighting classes, but in her article Two for the Price of One she says, "Make sure you put ev... Read More
Sunday, 24 July 2016 16:06
Guest — ChristineMM
I was not going to assign grades for everything or to weight but we are submitting to the NCAA and they require grades. They want ... Read More
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