As long as report cards exist, teachers must supply a number or letter grade at the end of a grading period. For teachers who operate no-grades classrooms, based on conversation about learning and ongoing narrative feedback, report card time can be a struggle. If we're not assigning grades throughout the year, how do we suddenly assign a grade for a report card? Hack Learning creator and no-grades classroom advocate Mark Barnes provides 5 strategies for successful student self-grading at report card time. This is Hacking Report Cards.