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First teachers to face tribunal agree to 60-day suspensions

Four accused DCSS elementary school teachers are first to face CRCT tribunal.

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Edwards ready to turn over some CRCT case files to the DCSS

Dougherty County District Attorney Greg Edwards said Friday afternoon that his is office is ready to transfer some individual CRCT cheating case files to Dougherty County School System attorney Tommy Coleman.

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DCSS resignations may come soon

Dougherty County District Attorney Greg Edwards says he is mulling over how to handle possible prosecutions from CRCT report.

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Reactions on report varied

Shock, sadness and determination are common responses to the new report on the Dougherty County School System.

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CRCT report points to 'acceptance of wrong-doing' in DCSS

Investigators' report accuses 49 principals and teachers of cheating

State investigators who have spent the past four months conducting an intense probe of CRCT erasure cheating within the Dougherty County School System delivered their final report to Gov. Nathan Deal's office this morning. The Herald obtained some of the information contained within the report this afternoon.

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Principals who invoked their Fifth Amendment rights during CRCT investigation identified

Principals who invoked their Fifth Amendment rights during the investigation have been identified.

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