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Atlanta, Georgia / School Cheating Scandal #996934

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 05, 2011
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Mark Strassmann) A report on the cheating scandal in the Atlanta school system involving 178 teachers and principals changing answers on standardized tests examined; details given about other cheating issues on statewide tests and the role of then-superintendent Beverly Hall. [Governor Nathan DEAL†- blames educators.] [PARENT - complains.] [Educator Diane RAVITCH - blames the federal law No Child Left Behind.] [Former teacher Paul LANDERMAN; in retirement video, HALL - criticize the education system.] The potential felony charges in Georgia discussed.

Reporter(s):
Pelley, Scott;
Strassmann, Mark
Duration:
00:03:10

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