student A is honor roll,perfect attendance, and deans least, GPA higher than 99%. not having one ounce of trouble.
this is their third professor and student A is actually having to show professor formulas and is finding several flaws in the lessons being taught, not trying to undermine the teacher but this teacher is teaching incorrect information (this is not an industry that can afford incorrectly taught students, even a little, every detail counts). so student A is discreetly bringing it to the teachers attention and the teacher has been fine with it. never calling out teacher in front of other students at all.
teacher gives a formula worksheet and student B leaves several spaces blank, so teacher returns worksheet to student B to complete, student B gets all answers wrong and fails worksheet.
student A leaves one space blank accidently. teacher says nothing and doesnt give student A the chance to fill in the answer.
teacher doesnt have answer key so student A shows teacher the simplest way to grade the paper quickly. all answers are 100% correct on the answer key that student A just taught teacher how to make.
teacher grades all papers, including student A's and counts the missed space as incorrect, every other answer is correct, student recieves a 97% on the worksheet.
student asks teacher why he didnt allow them the oppertunity to fill in the blank answer when student B got to fill in several he missed? teacher answers "you dont have any problems in this class, you can afford to get an answer wrong here and there, student B cant afford that, if i didnt let him hed fail."
student A is very upset, he works hard to maintain that high of a GPA and he feels he deserves the same oppertunity the other student recieves.
especially because he just showed the teacher how to grade those worksheets with out waiting to get an answer key. the teacher knew he knew the answer and still docked him the three points.
what are your thoughts on this? student A is considering consulting with student resources about filing a complaint of discrmination because he was not afforded the same oppertunity student B was given, simply because hes "smart enough that he can afford a bad grade once in a while".