Oregon State University is hosting an antiracism conference this semester that will feature a professor who claims that “all grading and assessment exist within systems that uphold singular, dominant standards that are racist, and White supremacist when used uniformly.”
Asao Inoue , an Arizona State University professor who teaches first-year writing courses and works as associate dean for Academic Affairs, Equity, and Inclusion, will be a keynote speaker at “ Conference for Antiracist Teaching, Language and Assessment .”
As Campus Reform previously reported, Inoue wrote a book entitled Labor-Based Grading Contracts: Building Equity and Inclusion in the Compassionate Writing Classroom , in which he argues for a grading system independent of students’ merit.
“While the qualities of student writing is still at the center of the classroom and feedback, it has no bearing on the course grade,” Inoue told Campus Reform at the time. “Why take our judgments of quality out […]
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