April 28, 1982
Vol. 01, Issue 31
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PAGE 24 - Commentary
Last October, when news first circulated that some public-school teachers in Los Angeles had claimed bogus college credits to inflate their salaries, local school officials announced plans to pursue harsh penalties for the offenders and to search the records of the district's 28,000 teachers to identify other transgressors.
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