I wouldn't have given a shit. I had like D's and C's all through highschool, but that's because I never read the books or did the homework.
Now in college it's the same deal, except I get A's on all the tests and never go, and pass with a B or an A anyway.
Lots of you say you'd love it but could you imagine the emotional and psychological impact this would have on elementary school kids? When I was in elementary and made poor grades I thought it was my fault and felt bad. Even then I was chastised. It wouldn't be right. In highschool I learned I just didn't want to put up with dumb shit. Now I'm actually doing something with my life that isn't just kissing a teacher's ass. Very proud of where I'm headed, not many of my highschool friends who made straight A's can say that. School is pointless, and putting kids in a position where they'll feel inferior over it is wrong.
I wouldn't care, in high school I was never motivated so maybe it would have helped me but I can imagine it would stress others. Now that I'm in college I have put time into my grades and classes, and am doing well because of it but I don't tell people unless I'm asked what my grades are and doubt anyone would even care.
I take my privacy very seriously so a no from me on principle. I did very well at school and not above a little showing off so maybe I'd share that stuff myself (if anyone gave a shit) but I would be severely pissed off if someone else did it.
EDIT: God damn why don't I ever check how old this stuff is...
I wouldn't really care, nor do I think anyone else really would, save for a few crazy parents and students that want to be the best.
I think I would care if they posted online list with grades and anyone could see it. I do not think it is appropriate to do so when random people can type my name online and see my failure.
You bumped this 7 year old thread to remind me that I used to be an asshole? Thanks I guess...
New take from older, wiser DarthOrange who now holds a master's degree and has worked with youth: This would be a horrible, horrible idea that would trigger all sorts of shame and anxiety in students. Like, just plain regular grades already do that. Adding this additional layer of publicity would only exacerbate that, and for what benefit? To shame students into doing better? Shame is not an effective motivator and it causes all sorts of damage to a persons mental health.