The outcome was mixed. The list did seem to be effective; the principal estimated that in a short period of time, half of the students on the list took action to get off of it by turning in assignments and upping their grades. But after getting complaints, the principal changed his mind, said he regretted posting the list, and took it down.
So what do you think: Would a list like this at your school do more good, more harm, or have another mixed outcome?
Carl Azuz, Anchor