Report: Hempstead H.S. teachers inflated grades

According to a new report from the state

According to a new report from the state regents, more than 2,000 grades were changed for nearly 1,300 Hempstead High School students last year. The audit found only 8 percent of those changes could be reasonably explained. (May 20, 2014 6:10 PM)

The New York State Education Department has released a scathing audit that found Hempstead teachers inflated grades from failing to passing on a massive scale.

According to a new report from the state Regents, more than 2,000 grades were changed for nearly 1,300 Hempstead High School students last year. The audit found only 8 percent of those changes could be reasonably explained.

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