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A Fresh Look at Grading and Reporting in High Schools by Anne Davies and Sandra Herbst offers practical, research-based strategies for executing effective classroom assessment. It is organized around four considerations, or quadrants: (1) determining the learning destination, (2) researching the expected quality level, (3) planning to collect reliable and valid evidence of learning, and (4) collecting baseline evidence of learning. High school teachers and school leaders will explore what must take place before, during, and after learning to communicate student progress to students, parents, and all other stakeholders. Each chapter of A Fresh Look at Grading and Reporting in High Schools includes examples across multiple disciplines illustrating the authors' strategies in practice. Chapter 1 focuses on preparing for quality classroom assessment. Educators will examine activities, tasks, and plans that support teaching and learning and assess what students have learned. Chapter 2 offers strategies to support learners and encourages educators to engage in standards-based grading and reporting while students are learning. In chapter 3, readers will discover how to effectively report students' progress in effective ways to inform students and other stakeholders. Readers will explore the challenges to classroom assessment and gain solutions in appendix A. Appendix B offers educators a list of planning questions to support the four quadrants.