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Mom Blasts School For Putting Her Son On The Honor Roll – Do You Agree? [Video]

This mom DOES NOT want her son on his school’s honor roll.

See if you agree.

Beth Tillack wasted no time in taking away her son Douglas’s electronics when she saw his “D” in 7th grade Civics on a recent report card, even though that bad grade was tempered with a smiley face and the words “good job” from the teacher.

She was surprised, then angry, when her son asked for his iPod and computer back a few days later based on the fact that he made the school honor roll.

More in the video below.

Do you agree with mom when she says that there is nothing honorable in getting “C”s and “D”s on a school report card, and that those grades should make her son ineligible for his school’s honor roll?

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