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February 14, 2013

"Lehigh University Grad Sues The School For Giving Her A C+"

I don't know the facts, but I kinda think the case should be dismissed with prejudice


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John Henry

I don't know whether this is better or worse than what happened to a colleague of mine in the 90's.

He gave a C, or maybe even a B, to a student in an MBA course.

The student reported him to the school and had him investigated for racial discrimination for not giving him an A.

My colleague was able to defend himself but now the charge is on his permanent record and even defending himself was a royal pain in the behind.

John Henry


She's signaling to potential employers that she'd be a disastrous hire.


In an era of grade inflation, a grade of C+ in an education major is what true grade?

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