Discriminatory Grading Policy Favors Students That Work Harder

Students who work hard may be facing an unfair advantage.

WESTWOOD—Allegations of widespread discrimination favoring harder-working students in the University of California system arose Monday. “Not only are certain students more likely to get higher grades by putting greater effort into each assignment, but those same students also absorb more information than their motivationally-vacant peers,” claimed Steven McGavers, a former History 1B teaching assistant. “Students shouldn’t be punished just because they lack the discipline and attention span to handle a couple hours of schoolwork. It’s beyond me how a system that so greatly favors hard-working students so overtly can exist in 2016.” In response, many watchdog student groups have vowed to organize protests whenever they get around to it.

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