Oh right, there’s an Oriental lady bottom right.
Former Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Beverly Hall arrived at the Fulton County Jail on Tuesday night to surrender to authorities on charges related to the cheating scandal.
Hall and 34 other educators were indicted on Friday, accused of cheating, conspiring to cheat, or concealing cheating on the 2009 CRCT test. The 90-page indictment accuses the former national superintendent of the year of operating a criminal enterprise, allegedly rewarding teachers who cheated, and punishing and even firing teachers who did not.
Those indicted in connection with the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal were ordered to turn themselves in by midnight on Tuesday. By 3 p.m. on Wednesday, all 35 educators had turned themselves in.
Is r chillen learnin’?
This goes on all the time. It especially goes on in black area schools. It happens because the amount of cash given to schools is based on student performances. If students perform, schools get topped-up. If they don’t perform, they don’t get as much money. Black schools under-perform at ridiculous levels, so the only way for edumacators like Beverly Hall to keep the edumacation money spigot open is to lie, cheat and threaten.
It’s happening all across America and you should Google search something like “school scandals” or something similar. You’ll get 5 trillion results.
Why don’t you hear about this on the nightly msm? You tell The Mayor. Why don’t you?