Omaha Public School’s grade inflation questions shed new light on Watchdog investigation
Joe Jordan | Nebraska Watchdog
Charges of grade inflation at Omaha Public Schools are shedding new light on an exclusive Nebraska Watchdog investigation examining the lack of flunking at OPS.
Nebraska Watchdogreported in January that flunking at OPS is truly old school.
According to records obtained through a state public records request, two years ago out of 3,347 seventh-graders at OPS one flunked: that’s right one. Ten years ago 55 OPS seventh-graders flunked.