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October 30, 2012

California Strips Scores from 23 Schools in Cheating Probe

Nearly two dozen schools in California lost their API scores after district-level investigations uncovered cheating incidents, including improper coaching, on tests.

August 17, 2012

Florida Cheating Probe Implicates One School, Inconclusive for Others

A Florida Department of Education investigation into FCAT test results from four elementary schools in 2011 found that teachers at one school altered students' answers.

August 06, 2012

Ohio Superintendent Resigns Following Ethics Report

Ohio Superintendent of Public Instruction Stan Heffner announced Aug. 4 that he would step down from his position following a report from the state inspector general's office revealing misconduct by Heffner related to outside employment and the use of department resources.

August 02, 2012

Investigation Reveals Ethics Problems for Ohio Superintendent

An investigation by the Ohio inspector general's office has revealed misconduct by Superintendent of Public Instruction Stan W. Heffner related to a conflict of interest.

May 22, 2012

Illinois Prepares to Put Kibosh on Controversial Scholarship Program

Illinois appears ready to ditch the legislative scholarships program that has been derided as a patronage plum for the children of friends to state politicians, after legislators approved a ban on the scholarships and sent it to Gov. Pat Quinn (D) for his signature.

April 23, 2012

More ALEC News: IRS Complaint, Tennessee Bill

A liberal nonprofit has filed an IRS complaint challenging its tax-exempt status, while a bill in Tennessee that would have required bills based on model legislation from ALEC and other groups to have been disclosed as such died in the state legislature.

September 14, 2010

Former GOP Chairman: I Was Wrong on Back-to-School Speech

Jim Greer, the embattled former chairman of Florida's Republican party, publicly apologizes to President Obama, saying he was influenced by "extremists" in the party.

March 19, 2010

Georgia Candidates Were Accused of Misconduct with Students

Two Georgia gubernatorial candidates were accused of sexual misconduct with students.

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