Thursday, April 2, 2015

11 Atlanta educators found guilty in test cheating scandal

Via Billy

Atlanta Schools Cheating

Eleven Atlanta elementary school teachers and administrators were found guilty Wednesday of  changing students' scores on standardized tests.

According to a story from The Associated Press, some of the educators face up to 35 years in prison.
The seventh-month trial, one of the largest involving organized cheating on school tests, saw 12 defendants face racketeering charges.

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  1. Well if you work hard, have natural ability, accomplished, don't cheat, you got
    to be diversified. America use to be a great country.

    1. Yes, indeed, it used to be. Thanks for the link.