Alleged Grade Cheating Scandal at Southern University An alleged grade-changing scandal was recently exposed on the campus of Southern University in Baton Rouge, La. The school has identified 541 students who had their grades changed, allegedly by paying a worker in the registrar's office. NPR's Melissa Block talks with Southern University Chancellor Edward Jackson about the allegations.
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Alleged Grade Cheating Scandal at Southern University

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Alleged Grade Cheating Scandal at Southern University

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Alleged Grade Cheating Scandal at Southern University

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An alleged grade-changing scandal was recently exposed on the campus of Southern University in Baton Rouge, La. The school has identified 541 students who had their grades changed, allegedly by paying a worker in the registrar's office. NPR's Melissa Block talks with Southern University Chancellor Edward Jackson about the allegations.