ENGLEWOOD, N. J. – Students in New Jersey high school, where an audit found thousands of irregularities with electronic transcripts and attendance records say she told them there extra school work if they want to graduate.
Different Dwight Morrow High School students told WPIX-TV in New York that they are continue to about two hours per day for additional classes. They also will have to attend a Saturday session this week.
Englewood school district Superintendent Robert Kravitz said the additional academic sessions have recently been made to ensure that all students who want to graduate in good academic standing.
The school of the principal and the other nine high-level district employees were suspended earlier this year after a review by an independent consultant, more than 3,000 graduate credit, and the grade of changes in the previous year.