DA Says Mother Hacked School Computer 110 Times to Change Kids Grades
LEHIGH COUNTY, Pennsylvania — The District Attorney in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania says a mother hacked the school district’s database of grades 110 times to change her children’s grades.
According to a LehighValleyLive.com report, the mother, who is also a former secretary for the Lehigh County school district, allegedly used the password of the district’s superintendent to access the grading database.
An investigation by police showed that the woman once changed a score her son received on a test from a 98 percent to a 99 percent.
Read the full LehighValleyLive.com report.