Grade Inflation Gone Wild

By Elizabeth Kanovsky

What exactly constitutes a college class? No, I am not talking about a course taken by a student enrolled in an undergraduate university. I am talking about a Briarcliff High School “college class.” Nowadays, looking through the course catalog for juniors and seniors, the number of so-called college classes offered through UHS, ACE, SUPA, and AP is astounding. I counted over fifteen available for seniors, excluding electives and classes primarily taken by underclassmen like AP World History. Continue reading “Grade Inflation Gone Wild”