83 Atlanta Public School Cheating Teachers “Unindicted Co-Conspirators” Will Not Be Punished…

ATLANTA – […]  Those who opted for trial are a small fraction of the original 178 educators and administrators named in the governor’s investigative report of teachers changing answers on the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test.

atlanta teachers and admins

Thirty-five were eventually indicted. Eighty-three were named unindicted co-conspirators. Sixty of those were given immunity. Ten of them testified.

Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard accepted pleas to lesser charges from 21 of the 35 indicted. Eleven of them finished their misdemeanor probation sentences, which included community service while their former colleagues were on trial. The rest either have time remaining on their probation or have not completed all their required community service. (read more)

Advertisements
This entry was posted in BGI - Black Grievance Industry, Conspiracy ?, Cultural Marxism, Education, media bias, Notorious Liars, Political correctness/cultural marxism, Professional Idiots, propaganda. Bookmark the permalink.

25 Responses to 83 Atlanta Public School Cheating Teachers “Unindicted Co-Conspirators” Will Not Be Punished…

  1. ZurichMike says:

    The disparate impact on black teachers and administrators trying to help future NASA astronauts succeed on white-privilege tests makes the investigation, indictment, and reporting about it RAAAACCIIIIIIIISSSSSSS.

    supreme sarcasm generator OFF

    Liked by 5 people

  2. georgiafl says:

    Wondering how many of these teachers could pass a GED exam without coaching, are actually educated and able to read 8th grade and beyond level material and are competent and capable teachers?

    Liked by 2 people

    • John Galt says:

      I think you would have to fire everybody and start over with merit based teacher selection. They’ve been infested for a long time. Cheating is the “law-abiding” teacher norm.

      “Ferrell, a teacher for 35 years, retired and walked away unscathed though she admitted to a reporter and on the stand that she cheated: she changed students’ answers on the 2008 and 2009 CRCTs.

      “I’m a law-abiding citizen. To be looked at like that didn’t make any sense,” she said.

      “I’ve been trying to forget about it.”

      Like

      • Roy says:

        ““I’m a law-abiding citizen. To be looked at like that didn’t make any sense,” she said.

        “I’ve been trying to forget about it.””

        This sentiment is at the root of black dysfunction. The absolute refusal of blacks to be introspective. The absolute refusal of their “culture” to abide by civil rules and law. By their “thinking,” any action that furthers the black agenda is sacrosanct, damn the legality. It’s a morality-free dysfunction that destroys the civil society to which they really don’t belong.

        Liked by 2 people

        • canadacan says:

          The refusal of so many blacks to be introspective I find an interesting statement.
          There are those in the white civilized culture or any civilized culture that because they have a conscience they are inside their own heads a lot

          Like

    • lou says:

      college education is supposed to be such a big deal but I can’t believe these people have one lick of common sense intelligence…..they get to college thru preference and in the name of “diversity” and then they pass college even with low grades because, well you know their “disadvantaged” ….then they get the job of “teacher” ….oh the irony…

      Like

  3. yakmaster2 says:

    Beverly Hall probably died a hero in her own mind and in the minds of many. She, who was specifically honored by our Public Education System, got away with the cheating she championed in the furtherance her own glory. Why any of the 178 originally implicated should still be allowed to teach and paid with taxpayer money is beyond me!

    Like

  4. White Privilege forced them to cheat – they are victims (because they are blaaaaaaaack).

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Les says:

    I think it’s sad they had so little faith in their own students. Opposite of what a true teacher is supposed to be.

    Like

    • dginga says:

      It’s not a question of not having faith in their students, it;s the fact that there were financial incentives for the teachers and (mostly) administrators if the test scores improved. Since there was no way the KIDS were going to get any smarter, they decided that in order to get the cash, they would cheat. After all, where’s the harm? It’s the gubmint’s money. One of the schools involved is an “urban” school where they send kids who are basically unteachable. It was the mother of one of those kids who called this to the attention of the authorities. She said her 8th grade daughter, who cannot READ, was scoring in the 80th percentile on the verbal portion of the tests. She asked the teacher and the principal how that could possibly happen and they told her that her daughter “tests well.”

      I saw interviews with many of these teachers and administrators over the course of this whole scandal, and frankly, I don’t think most of them could score above 70% on these tests without the answer key in hand.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. beaujest says:

    “Teachers for Mitt” ? Nyet !

    Like

  7. joanfoster says:

    Instead of going to Charleston today to roil up the natives, Sharptongue should be holding a vigil for the children in these Atlanta public schools who were denied decent educations because of these lying, cheating teachers hell bent on affirmative action.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. jetstream says:

    Children learn by example. This is child abuse.

    Like

  9. czarowniczy says:

    They look like victims of criminal profiling to me – innocent on account of unfair investigative practices.

    Like

  10. RJ says:

    Fire the bunch, plaster their pictures in the schools where they were employed (note I left out the notion “taught” for obvious reasons) and tell the remaining teachers they are to teach “reading, writing, and arithmetic” till the cows come home!

    The stories of “Johnnie has two daddys and Sally has two mommies” are no longer wanted, nor the tall tales of how bad Americans were and continue to be to those who are “native American” and of “African” descent; plus, you are now to teach that capitalism is always better than communism!

    If you don’t like this new curriculum, you can quit your job…immediately!

    Like

  11. moe ham head says:

    this is racist no white teachers were charged

    Like

  12. Glenn says:

    The Atlanta Testing Scandal is only the first of many public school systems where testing will be under intense scrutiny in the near future. This issue affects the entire nation, we hope to shed some insight on this phenomena with our book Cheating but not Cheated. Order now to get the perspective of the one principal involved in the scandal. Christopher Waller co-wrote this book to give readers the insider’s perspective of what was done by the teachers to produce false results. Cheating was not written for redemption, instead it gives readers a look at the other side of the scandal. Order nowhttp://goo.gl/48Qacs or visit http://www.cheatingbutnotcheated.com for more details.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s