Selling candy didn't raise much money last year, so a Goldsboro, N.C., middle school is selling grades, reports the News & Observer. A $20 donation to Rosewood Middle School will get a student 20 test points--10 extra points on two tests of the student's choosing. That could raise a B to an A, or a failing grade to a D. Susie Shepherd, the principal, said a parent advisory council came up with the idea and she endorsed it. She said the council was looking for a new way to raise money. "Last year they did chocolates, and it didn't generate...

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