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Atlanta School Cheating Scandal
October 19, 2009 The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports on "statistically unlikely" improvements in federally mandated student testing. They find 12 schools in the Atlanta area out of 19 in the state meet their criteria and begin an investigation.
  Atlanta School Cheating Scandal
February 11, 2010 The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that an investigation begun because of a statistical improbability had far reaching results, reporting that 191 schools statewide including 58 in Atlanta had potential tampering errors
  Atlanta School Cheating Scandal
February 17, 2010 Superintendent Beverly Hall appoints a commission to investigate charges of cheating at 58 Atlanta schools.
  Atlanta School Cheating Scandal
January 18, 2011 Atlanta public high schools are placed on probation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, which warned that board infighting in the governance of the city's school system had reached a dangerous level.
  Atlanta School Cheating Scandal
July 5, 2011 Educators in 44 of 58 schools in Atlanta that were investigated were found to have used a code of silence, retaliation, and suppression of information to allow cheating on tests for the past decade.
  Atlanta School Cheating Scandal
October 13, 2011 The Georgia licensing board revoked teaching certificates for three administrators and impose two-year suspensions on eight teachers implicated in the Atlanta Cheating Scandal.
  Atlanta School Cheating Scandal






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