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Winston-Salem State University Accused of Raising Grades Based on Race

ff0qyaSchool administrators at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) are systematically raising the final grades of African-American students, three ex-faculty members told Campus Reform last month.

Winston Salem State University is unfairly increasing the grades of African-American students, three former faculty members have told Campus Reform.

Former Director of Academic Technology Shira Hedgepeth, along with two former professors who spoke to Campus Reform on the condition of anonymity, alleged administrators at the historically black college routinely increase the final grades of African-American students in order to raise the school’s standing.

Read the full, exclusive story at CampusReform.org.

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2 comments

  1. Concerned Citizen

    Is WSSU Grade Inflation a Criminal Offense?

    See the March 2013 story in The Business Journal:
    Amy Dominello Braun/The Business Journal
    Winston-Salem State University will receive about $200,000 in additional funds from the University of North Carolina system for meeting performance goals.

    Question: Did WSSU administrators use grade inflation to meet the system’s performance goals to receive $200,000? If so, isn’t this a criminal offense?

    Even Glen Beck has published the story concerning grade inflation at WSSU. Visit WSSUInsider.

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