Beverly Hall burnished her reputation as the make-no-excuses superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools using rapidly rising test scores from schools in the district’s poorest neighborhoods.
There was one big problem: The test results were fake.
Hall died in 2015 before she went to trial on criminal charges, and years later APS continues to try to help students whose tests scores were artificially inflated. About 1,500 students whose test answers were likely changed are still enrolled in the district.
How is the remediation effort working so far? Read about the results here.
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