Investigation into APS cheating finds unethical behavior across every level | ajc.com
I mean really, widespread corruption in the Altanta area schools. Why can’t people in the school systems do what is best for the kids?
All these bad stories that come out undercut all the honest hard working teachers that do the best for their students. Even those that take money out of their own pockets to put supplies in the classrooms.
Teachers and principals erased and corrected mistakes on students’ answer sheets.
Area superintendents silenced whistle-blowers and rewarded subordinates who met academic goals by any means possible.
The voluminous report names 178 educators, including 38 principals, as participants in cheating. More than 80 confessed. The investigators said they confirmed cheating in 44 of 56 schools they examined.blockquote>
I wonder if the teachers can figure out that is about 78.5% of the schools confirmed cheating?