Student sues university for C-plus grade
A former graduate student in Pennsylvania is suing her school after she received a C-plus.
Megan Thode says the grade she received at Lehigh University for her internship kept her from getting her desired degree and from becoming a licensed therapist.
She needed a B to move on to the next class.
Thode is demanding that her grade be changed and is seeking $1.3 million in damages.
Her professor stands by the grade, saying Thode earned zero out of 25 points in class participation.
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