How are concept units graded?

As a parent/guardian, you may be interested in the different factors that contribute to your child’s grades on the Summit Learning Platform. Grades show the competencies that students have developed, as well as their growth. At Summit Learning, we want grades to reflect the fact that students will be growing and improving in their abilities throughout the year.

Concept unit grades are based on the math concept unit scores a student receives on the concept unit’s performance task. While student work on checkpoints can be associated with different math concepts, checkpoints are designed to provide formative feedback for students and don’t contribute to grades for concept units. Learn more about the math concept unit rubric and how math concept unit scores are translated into percentage grades.

Math concept unit scores make up 40% of a student’s grade in math courses.  

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