What happened in school that still pisses you off when you think about it today?

This didn't happen to me, but to my girlfriend when she was in high school. She went to a small town high school in rural Indiana, so there weren't high expectations for the students there. She and her brother's parents were both teachers at that school, and both of them were straight A students, AP courses, pretty much the best 2 kids to come out of that school. During her senior year, right around the time college applications started happening, she looked on her transcripts and noticed that a lot of her senior grades came back as Bs and that made her GPA drop a noticeable amount. It turns out that the guidance counselor who entered grades had deliberately entered the wrong grades for her because she didn't like how "successful and perfect" she was. Luckily she had almost every graded paper she ever got back and proved to the principle that her grades should've been higher, and she got them changed. 3 years later, the counselor did the exact same thing with her brother, and boy was she surprised when my girlfriend actually showed up again and demanded she change them back. Its unclear how many students she actually pulled this on, but she was recently in the news for being a heavy drug addict (cocaine and herion). For whatever reason she still has her job. The Indiana school system is fucked up.

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