Schools in Mount Olive, N.J., are getting rid of D's in the fall. The grade scale will be A, B, C, or F.
The argument for this change is that students who would have just wanted to get by with D's will now try harder to at least get C's so they won't fail.
Well, I wouldn't want to pay for "C"-quality plumbing, pilot or restaurant either. So get rid of C's also and then school will only unlease A's and B's (or F's) students into the real world .Who wants to pay for “D”-quality plumbing? Fly the skies with a “D”-rated pilot? Settle for a “D” restaurant?