North Carolina proposes lowering ‘F’ grade to just 39 percent

School employees in one state might be feeling happier these days after learning the bar for failing could be lowered, and by a lot.

The North Carolina legislature is considering a change in the grading system for the state’s public schools.

The bill in question would be based on a 15-point scale, rather than a 10-point scale for grades.



Does it really matter if a hamburger flipper gets $15 an hour? If the answer to that is no, then the indoctrination of our children by the educational system has succeeded. Do you want to live in a sh_thole country?

David DeGerolamo

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1 Response to North Carolina proposes lowering ‘F’ grade to just 39 percent

  1. 173dVietVet says:

    Around and around they go in the toilet bowl race to the bottom…..

    It is no wonder that home schooling has grown so fast in the past few years.

    It is akin to child endangerment to send them to most public schools……only few exceptions exist anymore.

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