Teacher Accused of Selling Grades for $1,400

Posted By Staff

Date: August 31st, 2009

Category: Nutty News

gradesTRENTON, New Jersey –  A New Jersey social studies teacher has been charged with accepting cash from students looking to improve their grades. Thirty-year-old Megan Laboy is accused of collecting more than $1,400 from Colts Neck High School students during the 2008-09 school year.   More…

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5 Responses to “Teacher Accused of Selling Grades for $1,400”

  1. julia Says:

    If the teachers are not assaulting our young, they are stealing from them…and they are ones teaching…some education…sad

  2. Ankharan Says:

    But… but.. haven’t you heard? They are not paid enough..

  3. Anonymous Says:

    But….but…I wish I had thought of it when I was still teaching.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Who would do that to kids who are trying to get a good education.

  5. Smurf Says:

    Probably a liberal Democrat who would not bear it if… wait for it…………… their kid was wait….. successful and had a job!!!!! (gasp, ik this is a strange concept)

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