By Patricia Alex, Staff Writer. The Record

Bergen Community College has spent more than $15,000 on an investigation into whether proper procedures were followed in changing grades.

Peter Helff, a math professor and outspoken union leader, said at least 15 teachers and administrators, including him, were interviewed for the probe.

Robert Fagella of Newark, Helff’s attorney, said he was told that the probe was a “general investigation” on grading and that it did not focus on any particular person or incident.

Fagella said his client followed proper procedures for changing grades but the documentation is now missing. “He went to the appropriate people and submitted the documents. Now they can’t find them, he said.


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