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The cheating scandal in Atlanta schools has been a black mark on American education — but when we speak about it, we often focus on administrators, principals, and teachers. What about the students whose scores were falsified, and their families? How do they feel? And with the chances that cheating is more widespread than we think, where is the system headed next?
In a report for PBS Newshour, we attempted to answer these questions.
This program is made possible by the following funders:
Grade Level Reading Fund of the Tides Foundation, The Sergey Brin and Anne Wojcicki Foundation, The Wallace Foundation, and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
John Merrow wonders what we do with those who wronged our children in this situation. READ
When the ranting ends over cheaters in our schools, we need to move forward — so, what are our options? READ
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