Principal Reginald Stroughn says there are still issues with grading at Hempstead High School, but he claims the school board will not let him fix the problem.

A New York Department of Education audit found that Hempstead school officials improperly rounded up grades for failing students last year. After the scandal, Stroughn was hired as principal. He says in January, he found that 2,300...

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