Is it unethical for a principal to change the grade of a student?
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That is a subjective question - and the answer really depends on a number of aspects. On one hand if the principal has reviewed the student's work and determined it to be at a different level then that would be alright - on the other if you the principal just changed it, that may be wrong. Every situation will be different.
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