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A computer malfunction wiped out a month's worth of grades at three Indiana high schools and one middle school, giving struggling students a second chance but dismaying others, the Associated Press reports. The Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corp. announced on its web site that the malfunction occurred during spring break. Students at Harrison High had mixed reactions, depending on how the second semester was going for them, senior Ibrahim Dughaish said March 31. "Some are really upset because they worked hard for five weeks," but others saw it as a reprieve, he said. Upcoming report cards at the four schools will not
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