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In 2011, Emma Hutchinson School was one of the Atlanta Public Schools identified by a state government report as part of a widespread cheating scandal. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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Former Teacher Blames Education Policymakers For Atlanta Cheating Scandal

Shani Robinson was one of 11 Atlanta teachers convicted of altering standardized test results in 2015. In None of the Above, she pleads her innocence — and points a finger at systemic failure.

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U.S. Masses Aid Along Venezuelan Border As Some Humanitarian Groups Warn Of Risks

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Former Teacher Blames Education Policymakers For Atlanta Cheating Scandal

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