Grading [verb]

Definition of Grading:

evaluate, rank

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Sentence/Example of Grading:

“They grew up 15 minutes from each other, were in the same grade, and shared similar friend circles,” the lawsuit says.

Because this kind of software is professional grade, it is expensive.

Fairfax County’s schools superintendent is recommending a return of students across grades over the next three months but is receiving a mixed reaction.

The departures will come midway through the school year and for the upper grades, weeks before their quarter ends in late January.

She was working for a bank in the village of Park Forest, and my brother and I were both in grade school when it happened.

My heart broke, knowing that wasn’t enough time to grow old with my husband or see my grandchildren through grade school.

The survey also asked residents their thoughts on the quality of education, generally, and to grade online learning during the pandemic.

New Jersey has a lower bond rating than any other state except Illinois and is at risk of being downgraded to triple-B levels, the lowest range of investment grades.

The city’s school district announced that elementary students in grades three to five, who had returned to their classrooms last week, would go home for online learning starting next week.

Under the plan, each grade level at elementary campuses would have one in-person learning classroom of up to 11 students.