The 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 they believe a 14-year-old Los Angeles-area boy charged with killing his father opened fire as part of a dispute over grades.
Officials 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.
Three high school students allegedly hacked into school computers and changed their grades — for profit.
Once Mayor Villaraigosa signs off on the move, food trucks will be required to display their A-, B-, or C-grade for customers.