On Tuesday, May 28, parents, alumni and students await the New Beginnings Schools Foundation as it learns of details about an investigation into grade-fixing.

The Louisiana Department of Education is going to review John F. Kennedy High School’s policies and practices regarding “credit attainment and graduate completion records” amid investigations into alleged grade-fixing at the charter school.

That’s according to a letter Assistant State Superintendent Kunjan Narechania sent to the Gentilly high school charter network’s board president Raphael Gang on Friday.

“In order to assist in the [network’s] review, and in order to validate its findings, the Louisiana Department of Education will conduct a separate review of the policies and practices around credit attainment and graduate completion records at John F. Kennedy High School

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