Loyola Law School teaches students to cheat

April 1, 2010 Loyola Law School in Los Angeles has decided to to respond to the global financial crisis and the difficulties it poses to law graduates by artificially raising grades.

In a press release from Loyola law dean Victor Gold, it was announced that every student would have their grade bumped up – so that a B- becomes a B, and an A becomes an A+ etc – and that the changes would be retrospective.

Who do they think they’re kidding?

In case you were wondering, those students who sweated it out for a true A+ will receive, under the new system, an A+ with an asterix.

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