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By Ben Roberts - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Here's a look at how the state CRCT audit results for Dougherty County Schools compare to similar systems.

In Bibb County, there are 35 elementary and middle schools. Twenty-two had classrooms that were flagged for suspiciously high numbers of changed test answers. Two have severe problems. 7.1% of classrooms system-wide were flagged.

Of the 41 schools in Chatham County, 25 have flagged classrooms. Zero are listed as severe. Only 5.1% of classrooms were flagged.

Thirty-three of the 47 schools in Muscogee County were flagged. Two are on the severe list. 6.3% of classrooms were flagged.

Here are the shocking numbers from Dougherty County. All 22 elementary and middle schools have flagged classrooms. Eight have severe problems. A whopping 23.7% of classrooms were flagged.

 
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