By now, we know the central elements of the Atlanta cheating scandal -- but what has happened to those most affected: the students and their families?
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In a ninth-grade classroom in NYC's South Bronx, students studied refugees for several weeks -- and learned so much more than that.
'Last in, first out' has caused controversy, created its own vocabulary ('bumping'), fundamentally affected teacher hiring and firing, and altered some financial debates. Here, we investigate the many sides of the law in one city.