Students suspended for apparently using technology to change grades

Two Kentucky students allegedly were involved in using keystroke-recording software to hack into a high school teacher's computer to change grades, eliminate absences and post upcoming tests on the Internet. "I'm hopeful this will be a wake-up call," said Steve Neal, director of the Jefferson County Teachers Association. "It's caused a ton of calls from teachers, because they get to thinking what all could be hacked into."

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