Mom hacks into school computer to change children's grades

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  1. Starscream600

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    Catherine Venusto, Mother, Accused Of Hacking School Computers To Change Children's Grades

    "Hey Mom, I failed my math test. Could you change my grade for me?"
    "Sure honey."
    BEST MOM EVER! :lol 
     
  2. Thenames9

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    It's so bad but it's good at the same time.
     
  3. Chaplain

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    Could of been worse...
     
  4. grimlock1972

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    I can kinda understand hacking the grades to make her daughter not fail but to raise a test score from 98 to 99? I do not get it.
     
  5. Ravenxl7

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    Yes, because hacking into a school's computer system is SOOOO much better than motivating your children to actually LEARN something...oh, and changing a 98 to a 99...really?...:inquisiti 
     
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    If the child is scoring 98%, I don't think they have difficulty learning.


    Exactly what kind of test has got such an insane threshold for success that 98% is so drastically different to 99%?
     
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    All just to bump the grade up one point?

    Weird.
     
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    The mother hacking into the school's computer can't be teaching her children any good lessons. Doing so basically says to them that no matter what they've done, there's a way to change it to make whatever they did look better.

    My point was that the change she made there was so small, that making said change was pointless.

    Edit: You do realize that she altered grades for her two children, not just he one...right?
     
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    This Mom is really making a fuss over 1 grade point? She should be happy with the 98. That is a fantastic score, unless to her, it isn't good enough.
     
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    ^ win.
     
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    I bet her initially intent was to change the dtr's grade from fail to medical but figured since she is in the system might as well bump the son's grade by a point. Seems one point is meaningless but that one point maybe bumped the score to the top of the class. Regardless, way to teach your kids that cheating is ok there mom.

    edit: nvm. Another story states she hacked in comp 2 separate times to change the grade of dtr then of son.
     
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    :lolol 
     
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    I'm kinda laughing right now......
     
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    It didn't sound like the test grade went from 98-99, but the kid's overall grade.
     
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    Exactly the Mom's reasoning. :lolol 
     
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    It's always good to see parents getting involved and showing interest in their children's education.
     
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    I could really picture a friend of mine's mom doing that lol.
     
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    Either way, what kind of threshold for excellence would a 99% earn you that 98% can't? That's what baffles me.
     

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