Recent Examples of report card from the Web
The department’s score on the technology acquisition report card dropped from B+ to C in 2017.
As the Occupy report card suggests, the monetization of resistance didn’t begin with the ascendancy of Trump.
The three-term Republican lawmaker from Wheaton pulled up a state report card on a north suburban high school whose superintendent recently had been recognized with a national achievement award.
According to the Ohio Department of Education 2016-17 report card for Forest Hills, the racial makeup of the district is almost 89 percent white.
Herman said around the holidays deputies distributed about 1,500 report cards.
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The state report card for the school, issued last fall, says 7.5% of juniors who took the ACT test required by the state were proficient in language arts.
Even kids with exceptional grades are sometimes in it for the letters on report cards and have lost sight of learning.
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First Known Use of report card
REPORT CARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of report card for English Language Learners
: a written statement of a student's grades that is given to the student's parents
REPORT CARD Defined for Kids
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