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Diane Webb-Buckner: A former Dunbar Elementary teacher, is charged with racketeering for changing students’ wrong answers to right on the 2009 CRCT. She is also charged with making a false statement to a GBI agent.

Diane Webb-Buckner: A former Dunbar Elementary teacher, is charged with racketeering for changing students’ wrong answers to right on the 2009 CRCT. She is also charged with making a false statement to a GBI agent.

 
 

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