NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 06, 2011
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(Atlanta: Ron Mott) The cheating scandal in the Atlanta school system involving teachers and administrators accused of changing answers on standardized tests examined; map shown of testing scandals; details given about the impact of the No Child Left Behind law. [Atlanta Public Schools Board chair Brenda MUHAMMAD- says that is the most sinful thing we can do.] [Governor Nathan DEAL- says there will be consequences.] [Whistleblower Paul LANDERMAN- comments on being ignored.] [National Center for Fair and Open Testing Robert SCHAEFFER- comments.] [Education Secretary Arne DUNCAN – says the way to get good results is through good teaching.]
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