ATLANTA - The Office of the Governor's Special investigation into the Atlanta Public School system named 56 elementary and middle schools. Those schools displayed at least some evidence of cheating on the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test during the years of 2009 and 2010.
In 30 schools, educators confessed to cheating, the investigation report said. Investigators went on to report that they found cheating on the 2009 CRCT in 44 of the 56 schools investigated.
But, there were several schools that the Special Investigator's report left out, presumably because there was little suspicion that cheating was occurring at those schools.
The following schools (which are currently listed on the Atlanta Public Schools website) were left out of the special investigators' report:
- Brown Middle School
- Bunche Middle School
- Burgess-Peterson Elementary School
- Centennial Place Elementary School
- Continental Colony Elementary School
- Coretta Scott King Middle School
- E Rivers Elementary School
- Garden Hills Elementary School
- Hope Elementary School
- Inman Middle School
- Kimberly Elementary School
- King Middle School
- Lin Elementary School
- Long Middle School
- Price Middle School
- Smith Elementary School
- Springdale Park Elementary School
- Sutton Middle School
- Sylvan Hills Middle School
- Young Middle School