Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter describes how the three former SRT directors were at the top of the chain during sentencing on April 14 in Atlanta. All but one of 10 former Atlanta public school educators convicted in a widespread conspiracy to inflate student scores on standardized tests were sentenced to jail time last month. Baxter called the cheating scandal “the sickest thing that's ever happened in this town.”
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter describes how the three former SRT directors were at the top of the chain during sentencing on April 14 in Atlanta. All but one of 10 former Atlanta public school educators convicted in a widespread conspiracy to inflate student scores on standardized tests were sentenced to jail time last month. Baxter called the cheating scandal “the sickest thing that's ever happened in this town.” Kent D. Johnson The Associated Press
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter describes how the three former SRT directors were at the top of the chain during sentencing on April 14 in Atlanta. All but one of 10 former Atlanta public school educators convicted in a widespread conspiracy to inflate student scores on standardized tests were sentenced to jail time last month. Baxter called the cheating scandal “the sickest thing that's ever happened in this town.” Kent D. Johnson The Associated Press

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