Bloomfield Hills high schoolers hack database to give themselves better grades
Violet Ikonomova reports:
Leave it to kids in one of Michigan’s best school districts to have figured out how to hack the district’s grading system and (presumably) give themselves A’s.
A message posted to the Bloomfield Hills Schools website alerts parents that “a couple” students made “some poor choices lately,” hacking into the district’s student information system and manipulating their personal grades, attendance, and lunch balance information. The data base houses all of the district’s student and family data, the notice says.
The students are in high school and modified the information of their own accounts and others high schoolers, Bloomfield Hills Schools Superintendent Robert Glass says in a video message elsewhere on the website. A total of 20 students saw changes made in the form of improved grades, improved attendance, and reduced lunch balances.
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