Hundreds of Chicago State University students received state financial aid even though their grades were so low that they shouldn’t have been allowed to enroll at the university, according to testimony Wednesday at a state hearing, reports the Chicago Tribune. The state audit commission hearing comes after the Tribune reported last month that the South Side public university intentionally allowed failing students to remain in school to boost its enrollment numbers...

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