Grade Hacking

By: AP
By: AP

Officials say as many as 200 students at Golden High School may have hacked into the computer system and raised their grades.

Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Cindy Stevenson refused to comment, except to say that when the fault is discovered it will be corrected.

Teachers no longer keep hard copies of their grades so students now will have to bring their work to class to show what grade they should receive.


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