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Flunking the Test: Investigators unfold cheating scandal


Investigators Bob Wilson, a former Dekalb County district attorney, and Mike Bowers, a former state attorney general, uncovered the largest cheating scandal ever in American schools.  They found that 178 teachers and principals had cheated in 44 schools across the Atlanta public schools system on the spring 2009 Criterion-Referenced Competency Test taken by 1st through 8th graders. They found that the cheating had gone on for years. Rock Center's Harry Smith reports.