Over the past 12 years, an educational corruption scandal has been brewing in the southeastern United States. In early April it came to a head when 35 former teachers and administrators of Atlanta’s public school system – including the former superintendent – were charged by a grand jury. These individuals were indicted on 65 charges related […]
About Anne CampbellAnne Campbell is a Ph.D. Student in Comparative and International Development Education at the University of Minnesota.
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