O’Connor and Wormeli 2011 Reporting Student Learning
Grades That Mean Something
Seven Reasons for SBG
1 Grading on the Curve
3 Using Grades as a form of Punishment
4 Using zeros in grading
5 Hodgepodge Grading
Making the Case for Standards-Based Grades
Seven Practices for Effective Learning
Guskey Standards & Assessments Resources
OConner, How to do SBG
The Harm of Local Grading in a World of Standards; What NAEP Reveals
Calling All Thinkers: “Revision, Redemption, and Grades”?
Degrading: Why do schools use grades that mean nothing?
Learning is the Reward
6 Reasons to Try a Single Point Rubric from Edutopia

Are Grades Diverting Focus from Real Learning? from MindShift
Why Grades are not Paramount to Achievement (Atlantic)
Standards Based Grading Made My Kid Average
Why Should a Parent Be Excited About Standards Based Grading?
So What if Everyone At Harvard Gets an A? (Atlantic)
Letter Grades Deserve an F (Atlantic)
How Successful Valedictorians Are After High School _ Money
Myths about Grades
Will Letter Grades Survive?
SBGR– lots of good stuff from ISP
Finding Clarity in Assessment and Grading
Going Gradeless article
Ungrading Handbook
The Case Against Grades by Alfie Kohn
Gradeless Learning inspired by Alfie Kohn
Studies in Progressive Education: On Motivation & Grading by Ruth Butler
No, Students Don’t Need Grades from Education Week

SBGR in International Schools (survey I sent through PTC network in September 2018)