EACC file photo

In this 2017 file photo, Destiny Hiner, left, gets assistance from Lacey Curry at the Elkhart Area Career Center “Schools Without Walls” classroom, where resources and workspace are made available to students who don’t attend regular classes. With educators relying on e-learning for the rest of semester, school districts are taking different approaches to grading students.

ELKHART — The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t only prompted changes in how school corporations instruct their students, it’s also changed how they grade them.

Indiana schools made the sudden switch to remote learning last month amid the coronavirus outbreak, a change that will continue through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.

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