Skolinspektionen assesses that Internationella Engelska Skolan is implementing high quality measures to create conditions for fair and equivalent grading.
Skolinspektionen has examined how 30 heads of school work to create conditions for a fair and equal grading. The report Huvudmäns arbete för att främja rättvisande och likvärdiga betyg i grundskolan is released today. IES was one of the heads of school examined, and received the Swedish Schools Inspectorate's individual decision in December.
- Fair and correct grading has the highest priority within IES and is a constant part of our systematic quality work. Students, parents and upper secondary schools must be able to trust that the grades are set correctly, says Annakarin Johansson Sandman, Head of Academics at IES.
Skolinspektionen state in their decision that IES "implements measures with high quality to create conditions for a fair and equal grading".