Friday, May 20, 2016

Parents buy their kids good grades

American kids who are stressed out by their mountain of homework need no longer worry - their rich parents are paying hard-up graduates to do the work for them.

An investigation in the New York Post reveals mums and dads are willing to lash out large sums of money just to get their children an "A".

One Northern New Jersey mother tells the Post she paid a Columbia engineering student $1,500 to do her high-school son’s physics assignment.

Explains one dad who bought his daughter a good grade: “She's a hard worker, but she was incredibly stressed out and stretched thin. I don’t believe that homework assignments necessarily groom you for success.”

1 comment:

  1. Yes, sometimes it may happens. Maybe it just because of overabundance the homework, which students getting all the time. As for me, I'm trying to help my sister finish her term papers till deadlines will come, as well. She feel hard in education process, so I think such a help, is not bad for her. I adviced this team of experts because it proven by me, for long time. My sister, which is Jessica, got her free time for travelling, and I got rid of headache associated with homework help. I can't say that it's wrong or something like that...