Teens defend 'fail factory' school in error-filled letters
from New York Post
Earlier this month, The Post exposed a scheme at Manhattan's Murry Bergtraum High School for Business Careers in which failing students could get full credit without attending class, but instead watch video lessons and take tests online. One social-studies teacher had a roster of 475 students in all grades and subjects. Red-faced administrators encouraged a student letter-writing campaign to attack The Post and defend its "blended learning" program.
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