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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –  More than a hundred Georgia teachers have been turned in to the Professional Standards Commission because of possible misconduct following the 2009 CRCT test tampering investigation.

According to the PSC Office 116 teachers could face sanctions as their cases are now investigated individually.

None of the more than hundred teachers turned in so far is from southwest Georgia. According to the Professional Standards Commission they're in the process of investigating those cases. Teachers also have the right to file an appeal. The investigation continues in both the Atlanta schools were 58 schools were flagged and in Dougherty County where 14 schools were called into question. GBI agents are currently questioning teachers in those schools.


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