NJ: 4 Dickinson High students accused of hacking computer system, changing grades

Ron Zeitlinger reports:

Four Jersey City high school students have been charged after authorities say they accessed the public school district’s computer system and changed grades for some students, The Jersey Journal has learned.

According to a source in the school district, board of education members were notified by email Friday afternoon that four Dickinson High School students had been arrested earlier in the day. Jersey City school officials and a spokeswoman for the police department did not return requests for more information.

The email said school officials “do not believe any personal information was accessed.”

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