Two Atlanta high school teachers are accused of giving students answers to district tests, in one case boosting scores on the test used to evaluate teachers’ job performance.
These cases allegedly occurred last spring, soon after 11 former Atlanta educators were convicted for their roles in a districtwide cheating conspiracy.
When Superintendent Meria Carstarphen came on board last year, she pledged to root out a culture of corruption within the district. But allegations of unethical behavior have continued.
A version of this article appeared in the October 21, 2015 edition of Education Week as More Atlanta Teachers Accused of Cheating