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I hate getting late work. I hate allocating time to grade a class’s assignment, particularly if it’s an essay, only to realize that half of the class didn’t turn it in, so I’m going to have to allocate more Pittsburgh Sport Teams With 75 Greene 21 Clemente And 66 Mario Lemieux Signatures shirt later for the late work. If it were up to me, anything not turned in on time would be an automatic zero. Unfortunately, that policy is not up to me. In every school I’ve ever taught at, there’s been an “official” late work policy where assignments lose points for every day that they’re late, until they get to zero, then there’s been the unofficial policy where parents come up with excuses for their child’s late work, and we have to let that late work slide. Every year it’s the same… the weekend before report cards are printed, students who barely turned in any work for the whole trimester suddenly begin turning in everything. I put something in the grade book for almost every class. There are students who will have ten weeks’ worth of “0’s” in the grade book, who then turn in all of those missing assignments on a Monday, when the report cards are being printed on Tuesday. Then they (and sometimes their parents) send me emails Monday night, wondering why I haven’t updated their grades. Besides completely disrupting the grading flow… it’s much easier to grade papers when they’re the same assignment from multiple students…