Shady Educators: Three Former Atlanta Public School Employees Turn Themselves In After Getting Caught In Cheating Scandal

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The judge ordered for all 35 shady azz APS educators to turn themselves in by 11am EST today…

Via WSBTV:

Three former Atlanta Public Schools educators have turned themselves in after being indicted in the district’s cheating scandal last week. Former school improvement specialist Tameka Goodson turned herself in to the Fulton County Jail just after midnight on Tuesday. Her bond amount is listed as $200,000.

Goodson worked at Kennedy Middle School and is among the dozens of APS employees who were indicted on Friday. She is charged with racketeering and making false statements and writings. State investigators said Goodson erased students’ CRCT test answers at the direction of her principal.
Around 6 a.m., Channel 2’s Rachel Stockman watched as former Usher/Collier Heights Elementary School test coordinator Donald Bullock turned himself in.

Bullock is charged with violation of Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, three counts of false statements and writings, and false swearing. According to the state report, three teachers confessed to cheating at Bullock’s direction. Arond 7 a.m., former Benteen Elementary testing coordinator Theresia Copeland arrived at the jail. She is charged with violation of the RICO act, theft by taking, and two counts of false statements and writings.

All 35 people named in the indictment must turn themselves in by 11 a.m.

SMH. They are running out of time. We will keep you updated as this progresses.

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