Discussion response

Grading rate requirements have altered in recent years for a variety of reasons. The culture of grade inflation in America’s schools and universities is a reality. According to Klafter (2019), “the American culture of grade inflation makes it almost impossible for children to fail.” Some people believe that the student should get better levels than average due to his or her effort. Grade distribution in a class should fall along a bell curve. In other words, to achieve excellence, the student should demonstrate excellent capabilities. As we know, science and academic investigation are firmly tied. A biologist, in particular, publishes a large amount of relevant research in academic journals. Due to this, it is essential to have adequate performance and achievement measurements within academic institutions. It becomes crucial for high-level institution administrators to act with ethics and realize qualified students to the world. Grade inflation is unethical because it leads to negative consequences for science and academic investigations, such as negligent graduates and bad professional practices.
 Grade inflation is a schools tendency to give more A and B grades and fewer Cs, Ds and Fs can potentially hurt students in several ways. But grade inflation does not help students or professors, it only contributes to a poor learning environment. Students might feel good about the high marks in the short term, but they are actually suffering more because, in the end, they are learning less. As teachers begin to give fewer C grades and more A and B grades, students begin to expect A and B grades. In that scenario, a teacher who gives more C grades is likely to see fewer students in his or her class and is described as a difficult grader. As the enrollment in her class declines, the school sees this instructor as a sub-par teacher. So, the cycle perpetuates itself. Students and parents both expect high grades. A teacher who doesnt give them out becomes a bad teacher. I believe that teacher should have high expectations for students and provide tasks that are engaging and of high interest, students build self-esteem, increase confidence and improve academic performance students perform in ways that teachers expect. Students should be receiving grades that they earn and teacher should not be criticize or penalized for this.
It is necessary to address this problem and create practical solutions to overcome it. As can be seen, there is a link between the students’ comments and the teachers’ performance or grade assessments. This is a destructive social phenomenon among the United States’ institutions. We cannot grow and teach pupils in the face of potential reprisal or parental resistance. Even though education is a profitable business in our nation, we should seek ways to eliminate this existing frame of view. Moreover, it is unethical to release primary science students to professional fields because it impacts negatively and directly to our society. Ethics must dictate the appropriate path to follow. In general, all students regarding their major of study should obtain the grades they deserve according to their performance. The future and development of the nation and the world should be centered on beneficial and ethical practices.