ALBANY, GA (WALB) – The state investigation into possible test tampering in Dougherty County Schools is only about one-third complete.
One of the investigators appointed by the Governor, former Attorney General Mike Bowers, told us Wednesday night that he hopes to pass on an interim report to the Dougherty District Attorney's office in about ten days. Tuesday, the Fulton D.A. said a preliminary report from Bowers showed cheating by teachers in Atlanta.
Bowers says an investigator has questioned about 45 educators in Albany. The Governor ordered the investigation because Dougherty County and Atlanta public schools failed to perform adequate investigations on their own.