The Washington Post reports that a high school in Howard County, Md., will begin printing report cards on the same kind of anti-forgery paper used in the new $20 bills. Officials are making a pre-emptive move to discourage potential grade fraud, which is often attempted by students using high-end home computers and printers. (Note: This site requires registration.)...
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