I was impressed with the amount of thought he had given to this for someone his age, and I don't mind telling you I gave him an A for the paper.
Most of you may not care but it immediately struck me that there are federal privacy laws regarding a person's academic records and this may have violated those laws. According to this site, schools generally cannot release any information from a student's record without written permission. I don't know if this applies to a professor or just the institution. I assume it is both. Any education lawyers out there care to enlighten us?
Ultimately, it probably doesn't matter because Alando probably doesn't care and getting an A isn't something to be ashamed of.