What’s in a Grade, Anyway?
Letter grades are a popular way to describe performance. I’m referring to those same letter grades you received in school - A to F. We all know that the coveted A is “superb,” and an F warns that performance is completely deficient. What’s a C? Perhaps it is used to communicate “good enough” (but not great), or possibly it means “average.” Should we worry that those are often two different things?