Measurement and Desert: Why Grades Cannot Be Deserved

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One of the most ubiquitous and uncontroversial ideas concerning desert—both in ordinary discourse and in the philosophical literature on desert—is the idea that students can, and often do, deserve some grade or other. And furthermore (typically), their grade is deserved on the basis of their performance in the class, broadly speaking. A student that performs […]

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