News surfaced Wednesday April 1, 2015 indicating eleven (11) school educators in Atlanta, Georgia including a principal have been convicted of racketeering. This conviction is a felony and could come with a twenty (20) years prison sentence. These charges stem from a 2009 standardized test cheating scandal.
It has been reported the cheating went as high as Beverly L. Hall the former Atlanta Public School Superintendent who is now deceased. It was not long ago, Hall was named the nation’s school superintendent of the year.