(I'm thinking out loud in this post, looking for constructive suggestions. This is not some sort of position paper.) How does your college handle grade appeals by students? Has it found a fair, reasonable, and aboveboard way? I ask because we're going through another catalog revision, and having taken a fresh look at some sections that nobody has looked at in a while, I found a pretty untenable grade appeal process. I've called it to my colleagues' attention, who agree that the existing policy doesn't make sense, but we aren't quite sure what to propose to replace it.
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