Preuss is waiting on the results of an internal University of California audit to determine whether grades were altered. The school allegedly changed about 100 grades, some from failing to passing, and gave students credit for courses they didn’t take. A former teacher recently filed suit against the school, claiming she was fired after blowing the whistle.

The press conference is planned for 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.


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