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Thu Nov 12, 2015, 01:25 AM

Texas Tech business dean resigns amid grading scandal

The former dean of the Texas Tech Rawls College of Business, Lance Nail, responded Wednesday after an investigation into grade changing prompted him to resign Tuesday.

In his statement, Nail admits to not following procedures “to the letter” in changing four students’ grades earlier this year.

“However, this was an extraordinary case in which there was no way to follow the policy explicitly and allow deserving students to graduate,” he wrote.

Nail said in his statement that prior to his resignation as dean of the Rawls College of Business, he had no opportunity to respond to the report by the investigating committee. He also said “multiple students” offered evidence that Jay Conover’s grading may not have been objective — an accusation Nail said Conover refused to address when the two met.

Read more: http://lubbockonline.com/filed-online/2015-11-11/texas-tech-business-dean-admits-not-following-procedures-letter#.VkQh07_ziuA

[font color=330099]To all employers, there are four MBAs from Texas Tech that did not pass their statistics class.[/font]

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