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Crisis With LAUSD's Computer System Could End Up Costing District Millions In State FundingSome teachers have been taking attendance by hand.
11 Students Expelled In Corona Del Mar HS Cheating Scandal A cheating scandal has led to the expulsion of 11 high school students in Orange County.
Tutor Accused In Alleged Grade-Hacking Scandal At Corona Del Mar High SchoolThe Newport Beach Police Department Thursday announced it has identified a person of interest in the alleged hacking of at least one computer at Corona Del Mar High School.
Students, Tutor Allegedly Involved In Grade-Fixing Scandal At Corona Del Mar H.S.A Newport Beach high school is being rocked by allegations that at least two students and a tutor hacked into a computer to change grades.
Simi Valley Christian School Principal Keeps Job After Admitting To Changing Student’s GradeThe principal of a Christian high school in Simi Valley will be able to keep his job after he admitted to changing a student’s grade.
Prosecutors Say Teen Killed Homeland Security Agent Over GradesProsecutors say they believe a 14-year-old Los Angeles-area boy charged with killing his father opened fire as part of a dispute over grades.
LAUSD Looks To Raise The Bar For Graduating SeniorsOfficials with the Los Angeles Unified School District were considering a plan on Wednesday that would require all students to take advanced courses and earn at least a "C" in order to graduate.
Palos Verdes Students Accused Of Hacking School Computers, Changing Grades For ProfitThree high school students allegedly hacked into school computers and changed their grades — for profit.
City Council OKs Letter Grades For LA Food TrucksOnce Mayor Villaraigosa signs off on the move, food trucks will be required to display their A-, B-, or C-grade for customers.

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