Yes. Online grade books help students, parents, and teachers stay in touch. Students can self-monitor, teachers stay on top of their grading, and parents have a simple way to maintain communication with their children and their teachers.
51% (273 votes)
No. Parent involvement in school is better managed through face-to-face communication. Giving parents anytime, anywhere access to grading puts too much pressure on both students and teachers.
24% (129 votes)
Yes, but limitations should be in place so that potential problems can be discussed between student and teacher before parents get involved.
23% (124 votes)
None of the above. (Comment below.)
2% (11 votes)
Total votes: 537