Court rules teachers have final say on report cards

Acorn Staff Writer

Parents and educators continue to weigh in on last month’s court ruling that says school teachers, not principals, have the final say on student grades.
The 2nd District Court of Appeals upheld a Superior Court ruling that said unless there’s been a mistake or fraud, the letter grade and citizenship grade that a teacher gives to a student cannot be changed by a higher ranking administrator, such as a principal.
The California Teachers Association (CTA) fought an app...

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