Most parents would be proud to see their child's name on the honor roll. For one Florida mom, however, the accomplishment brought about confusion and a little bit of anger. Beth Tillack's son, a seventh grader at Pasco Middle School, came home with a report card of As, as well as a C and D. Despite the lower grades, her son's teachers praised his performance and placed him on the honor roll. This did not sit well with Tillack, who then asked the school to revoke the title saying that, "there is nothing honorable about making a D."
To see what the school's principal did, read the full story at The Huffington Post.