By Derrick Boazman

According to,

An Atlanta Public Schools teacher, Angela Williamson, spoke out for the first time on Thursday, after an APS tribunal decided not to uphold the superintendent’s decision to fire her.

She could be the first to save her job.

Williamson taught fifth grade at Dobbs Elementary School and administered the 2009 CRCT to her students. In a charge letter, APS accused her of cheating.

Mrs. Williamson along with her attorney Gerald Griggs came inside the studio today to give there side of the story and what they plan to do in the future. Click the audio links to hear the conversation…


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