Investigators reviewing 58 Atlanta schools for possible cheating last year on state tests plan to incorporate this year's results into their analysis, potentially providing a blueprint about which students may need additional remediation because teachers changed their scores.Not unlike those on the test papers?
A final report will be released June 16, although work won't stop then.
The chairman of a community panel overseeing that work announced Monday that the ongoing investigation will likely result in the referral of employees from 12 Atlanta schools for possible testing violations. On Tuesday, chairman Gary Price said more than a dozen employees were involved, although he said "the numbers are changing as we speak."
Tuesday, June 08, 2010
But there is still a chance water could be less wet than expected
Atlanta testing investigation in last stages | ajc.com