In a recent article in NEA Today, Paul Barnwell makes the case for classrooms without grades. His website and blog is called Questions for Schools.
The Questions for Schools blog promotes the thoughtful critique of educational status-quos. It is Paul's belief that challenging conventional wisdom, as it relates to classroom structure, philosophy, homework, curriculum, and discourse--among other issues--will result in positive changes in our public school classrooms.
Educational Paradigms agrees. Questions for Schools can be found here.