Palomar Launching "Grade Change" Probe

Palomar College will immediately launch an investigation into allegations that an administrator illegally changed the grades of five students in a foreign language class last summer, President Bob Deegan said. Deegan’s announcement came in response to demands for such an investigation from the faculty senate and the faculty labor union at the two-year community college. Leaders of both faculty groups said that the grades were improved without the authorization or knowledge of the professor who taught the class, which they allege is a violation of Palomar’s grading policies and the state education code. The faculty leaders said they have copies […]
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