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Election Day 2010
New York Times article: Scandal Haunts Atlanta's School Chief This report says that we have incorrectly reported important facts in the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test scandal as it relates to the Atlanta Public Schools. Although we are a broadcast service of the Atlanta Public Schools, we are an independent organization and we have been extremely careful in our reporting of this story. All of our reporting has been based on the report released August 2, 2010 by the Blue Ribbon Commission appointed to look into the problem. The report, to our reading, divides the 58 schools into three categories and calls for some degree of follow-up investigation into all of these schools.
Atlanta School Superintendent on the CRCT Cheating Probe: A Conversation with Dr. Beverly Hall (Part 1)
Atlanta School Superintendent on the CRCT Cheating Probe: A Conversation with Dr. Beverly Hall (Part 2)
We have shared our concerns with the national editor of The New York Times. We take the integrity of our reporting very seriously and we stand by our reporting on this story. The only thing we take more seriously is our commitment to serve the people of Atlanta and our listening audience. " class="xtrawide" title="Schedule" height="550" width="100%" frameborder="0" scrolling="auto">
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