Ex Atlanta Schools Chief Accused of Cheating Out on Bail

ATLANTA (AP) — The former Atlanta schools superintendent accused in a standardized test cheating scandal has been released from jail after posting bond.

 

Former superintendent Beverly Hall left the Fulton County jail late last night after posting bond of $200,000.

She and 34 subordinates were indicted last Friday in a test cheating scandal that’s rocked Atlanta Public Schools.

A handful of the educators had not turned themselves in by the Tuesday deadline.

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