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Indicted Atlanta schools head told underling to probe cheating, then bury info

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Last week, 35 teachers in Atlanta Public Schools were indicted on racketeering charges for changing the answers on their students’ tests in order to ensure that they won bonuses and awards for the achievement. The corruption was both endemic and brazen, as noted by the following telling item from page 56 0f the indictment by the Fulton County, Ga., District Attorney’s Office. Beverley...

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