Monday, June 18, 2012

A Business School Inflated Grades For Wall Streeters To Keep Them Paying Tuition

An internal investigation at the City University of New York found that Baruch College's Zicklin School of Business purposely inflated the GPAs of about 15 students in their accelerated executive programs, the New York Post reported.

The reason? Certain college officials wanted to keep making money off the tuition from students enrolled in the program, which included many Wall Streeters whose firms were paying for the classes, according to the Post. To do that, they had to inflate the grades of certain students who were bound to fail out of the program....

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