Yolanda Newton, a parent of a student at Newport Harbor High, speaks to the Newport-Mesa Unified School District on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014 in Costa Mesa, Calif. The school board voted after a lengthy ... more 
Yolanda Newton, a parent of a student at Newport Harbor High, speaks to the Newport-Mesa Unified School District on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014 in Costa Mesa, Calif. The school board voted after a lengthy late-night session to punish 11 students accused of hacking into computers at a wealthy public high school to access tests and change grades. The Newport-Mesa Unified School District board deliberated for hours and emerged shortly after midnight Wednesday to announce it had decided to approve all the recommendations from administrators at Corona del Mar High School. Many of those recommendations involve punishment that is less severe than an expulsion, but the district could not give further specifics on the discipline, citing confidentiality rules, (AP Photo/The Orange County Register, Rod Veal) MAGS OUT; LOS ANGELES TIMES OUT less 
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Associated Press | Photo By The Orange County Register, Rod Veal
Wed, Jan 29, 2014 11:30 AM EST