For-Profit School Tells Teachers to Cut Bad Grades

School says it is just being fair, but critics call it dishonest

By Mark Russell,  Newser Staff

Posted Feb 13, 2013 7:45 AM CST

(Newser) – Tennessee Virtual Academy, a for-profit, online public school heavily supported by state Republicans, has found a novel way of boosting student performance—just delete bad grades, reports News Channel 5 in Nashville. A leaked December email from the school's VP appears to tell its...   Read full story »

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