“Mr. Tomalis said "well over 100" disciplinary complaints will be filed against public education officials over the cheating issue. There were more than 148,500 professional personnel -- including administrators and teachers -- in Pennsylvania last school year.”Test scores analyst challenges interpretation of panel findings
Across the state, test results showed one in four
Of course, public education activists and union leaders had a ready excuse for this failure: Money.
The chairwoman of an advisory group is disputing Pennsylvania Education Secretary Ron Tomalis' claim that his efforts to stop cheating had caused a statewide drop in standardized test scores, our Mothership colleague Steve Esack reports this morning.
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