Schools cut out the D grade

06/23/2003 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

El Cajon Valley High School in El Cajon, Calif., recently joined a handful of school districts nationwide that have dropped the D grade, requiring that students achieve a C or better to pass a course. Advocates say eliminating the D makes it tougher for students to float through school by staying barely above the failing mark.

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