Report: Grade, cheating scandals resulted from ignorance

07/3/2007 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Grade-changing and cheating at Pennsylvania's Radnor High School resulted from "systemic inadequacies," an ignorance of educational law and disrespect for lines of authority, according to a new report. Two students' grades were changed, an apparent computer glitch led to incorrect grades for an entire math class, and 28 students were found to have been involved in cheating on an AP test.

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