Atlanta Cheating: 178 Teachers and Administrators Changed Answers to Increase Test Scores

More than 150 teachers and administrators from 44 public schools across Atlanta were caught changing answers on standardized tests used to judge student performance and rank schools, according to a state report. "Many of those cases could lead to criminal prosecutions," said Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal. Eighty-two of the teachers flat-out confessed. The 800-page report said the cheating has been going on for nearly a decade. It first came to light when the state noticed an alarming number of...Full Story
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