When former Liberty High School principal Robert Rivas reportedly changed pass/fail marks to letter grades, he only made one mistake: He did not get teacher approval.
Under policies in place at the time, Lodi Unified School District allowed the switching of pass/fail to letter grades and granted broad latitude to principals in determining what procedures and practices they wished to follow. According to an informal survey of other districts by the News-Sentinel, such flexibility — and the ability to change pass/fail to letter grades — is quite rare.
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