Is CRCT Cheating Probe Being Fair? WXIA, Atlanta

June 26, 2009 DEKALB COUNTY, GA – “If I had my druthers, all of ’em would be fired.”

That’s what Dekalb County civil rights activist John Evans thinks should happen to any school employees responsible for a statewide CRCT test scandal that came to light two weeks ago.

A scanning machine at the University of Georgia detected unusually high numbers of erasure marks on test answer sheets from four elementary schools.

Three of them are in the metro Atlanta area, one each in Atlanta, Fulton County and DeKalb County.

The fourth is in coastal Glynn County.

But so far, only two administrators from Dekalb County’s Atherton Elementary School have been identified and charged.



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