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Caulfield Grammar student allegedly caught hacking teacher’s email

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A year 12 student at the prestigious Caulfield Grammar has allegedly hacked into a teacher’s email to steal course work.

The elite school is investigating claims a VCE student was able to steal study material, after a teacher left email passwords lying around.

There are reports the student was allegedly able to access tests for a Business Management subject, last year, resulting in a high mark.

Caulfield Grammar says the exams relate to School Assessed Coursework (SAC), which give an internal assessment for the VCE.

The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority has been notified. 

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