Some Atlanta teachers have come forward with a startling admission.
A number of Atlanta Public School employees have confessed to investigators that they changed, provided answers on students’ standardized test answers or watched their colleagues do so.
While GBI officials say that teachers who come forward with the truth immediately are not major targets, the same cannot be said for administrators.
Educators could face felony charges that include; lying to agents or investigators, which could result in 5 year prison sentences and destruction or altering of public documents which could result in up to 10 years in prison.
Suspicious erasures were found on hundreds of tests sheets from last year’s tests at Atlanta elementary and middle schools. Criminal charges could soon be announced.