At 10 am I posted a story from the San Francisco Chronicle about Marshall Tuck, who is running for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. The original headline said that Tuck lowered standards to get a higher graduation rate.

This was the original:

Marshall Tuck, candidate for California schools chief, lowered the bar for graduation to make struggling schools look better

I just learned that the Tuck campaign complained about that headline, and the newspaper agreed to change it.

Now it reads: TEACHERS AT 8 OF 10 SCHOOLS TUCK OVERSAW REJECTED HIS LEADERSHIP.

Same story, new headline. He might as well have stuck with the original.