State officials threw out the scores in July, the same month that the commission began to formally investigate school officials at those four schools.
While sanctions by the commission could range from a reprimand to loss of license, commission members in September punished the former principal and assistant principal of DeKalb's Atherton by banning them from the state's public schools for as much as two years.
That was the first round. Gary Walker, director of educator ethics for the commission, said investigations were now complete for Parklane's former principal Lee Adams and assistant principal Vicki Bulluck, who both still work in the Fulton school system but at different jobs. Walker said investigations had also been completed for four educators from Glynn County, whom that county has declined to name: two teachers, a clerical worker and a now-retired administrator.
Investigations involving Atlanta are ongoing. City schools spokesman Keith Bromery said the system has forwarded the names of five educators involved in the Deerwood Academy case. Bromery could not say whether those five included or were in addition to the school's principal and former assistant principal, who both had already been put under investigation by the commission.