EYE ON A CRAZY PLANET
...his suspension appeared to be based on the principal seeing any naysaying as “insubordination which was not to be tolerated.”
The tribunal’s judgment finds bringing in the no-zero policy had several problems.
The ruling points out the obvious to everybody but the numbskulls calling the shots.
With no penalty for missing work, there was “little incentive for a student to actually complete the assignment.”
They go further and say Dorval’s zero grades were successful in getting students to finish their assignments.
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