Ken McManus Posted over 2 years ago Isn't it time to eliminate grades in education? Seth- It has not occurred to me to view, or attempt to view, K-12 public education as "liberal arts": an interesting perspective and one I'd like to hear more about. Certainly, for secondary students with access to advanced placement or "honors" coursework, I can follow the logic, but for the majority of students I don't see the connection. Further, there seems to be declining interest in access a true liberal arts education at the post-secondary level as well. I can't imagine any system of education proving effective in the absence of feedback for all stakeholders. It is clear that other assessment, data aggregation and communication tools exist that more effectively engage students and invigorate learning.