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Top official convicted in APS cheating trial free to return to schools


The highest ranking Atlanta Public Schools officials convicted in a districtwide cheating scandal have been sanctioned by the state agency that regulates educator licenses, but one is still eligible to return to a top post in any Georgia school district.

Former regional executive directors Tamara Cotman, Michael Pitts and Sharon Davis-Williams were among 11 Atlanta educators convicted in 2015 on criminal charges of participating in a conspiracy to cheat on state tests.

Former Superintendent Beverly Hall was indicted but died of cancer before she could go to trial.


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