CCS disciplines students accused of using teacher log-in to change grades


COLUMBUS -- Columbus City Schools has disciplined students involved in a grade-changing incident, a spokesperson told 10TV.

The district said a Columbus Africentric student obtained a teacher's log-in for an online learning program. It said that student changed the grades of 14 students from six different high schools.

The school spotted the irregularity and fixed the grades.

The other five high schools are Eastmoor, Walnut Ridge, Whetstone, Beechcroft, and South High School.

The district would only say all 14 students were held accountable. A spokesperson would not say what kind of discipline they faced.

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