Ohio High School Eliminates Valedictorian to Reduce Competitive Culture

A high school in Mason City, Ohio has done away with valedictorian and salutatorian at graduation, because they think it encourages unhealthy competition. And of course, there's backlash.

Here's the student behind it, who says high school should be fun, and getting a B on your final is okay. The principal Bobby Dodd, says education is not just about the grade, it's about the whole child.

 
 

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