The School District of Philadelphia has decided to removed the 0.1 GPA multiplier Central students receive. This means that students that attend schools like Lincoln, Washington, and Northeast, all great schools, however with less challenging classes and assignments, will be able to receive higher GPAs for easier and less work. This is unfair to the hardworking students who put time and effort into the never ending homework they are assigned. What is the point of going to such a difficult school with no GPA multipliers or benefits? How is it fair that students who do less work will have an equal or even higher chance of getting into a specific college than students who work effortlessly for their grades? It isn't.