(COLLEGE FIX) -- A lot of teachers around the country can sympathize with this one: An educator in Florida claims she was canned for giving grades of “zero” to students who didn’t turn in work.
After all, if you don’t turn something in, how can you get any credit for it, right?
Ah, but Diane Tirado of the West Gate K-8 School in Port St. Lucie apparently did not realize that her school doesn’t allow students to get zeroes. The minimum score a student can get on anything is a fifty percent.
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