Education Minister, Ruel Reid, says the Government will be lobbying CXC to change its decision to issue 'ungraded' scores in six subjects to about 40 students of Penwood High School. The students were given 'ungraded' scores in (CSEC exams because the school failed to submit the samples of their SBA by a July 31 deadline. According to Reid, Jamaica will argue that CXC's electronic system had problems and there was a breakdown in communication which was not entirely the school's fault. Penwood's principal, Donna McLaren says other schools were faced with problems submitting SBA samples electronically and sent in the physical copies of the documents. However, she said her school's examination coordinator did not submit the physical documents. The CXC has not yet responded to a letter of appeal filed by the school.