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I agree with the Kenosha parent who said administrators want to blur the lines between passing and failing, but I know little to nothing about education today. In "the good old days," kids who received an F worked harder and/or were tutored. If they really couldn't hack it, they were held back a grade. It just seems odd to me that people who were raised in that system can't figure out how to educate children today.