A “good” student is usually someone who can listening quietly, write down notes, study and then do well on a test or assignment. The hand in their work completed and on-time, the don’t talk out of turn and listen to what the teacher is saying. Students are taught this from the beginning of school, what is the right way to learn. These students are the ones being privileged because the curriculum was designed for that kind of students. It was not designed for the students who are out spoken and can’t sit still for hours at the time. It isn’t for the students who can’t regurgitate the notes that was taught the day before. We are taught throughout our program that every student is different and that each individual learns different so then why can we expect all students to be by definition a “good” student. We have to change how we think by not giving students a “good” or “bad” reputation based on the definition above. Do schools value grades or value student learning?